The 1-Mile Canyon Hike In Texas With Stunning Fall Foliage

Fall is a truly magical time of year, even here in Texas where a lot of us don’t experience the crisp air and changing leaves. For those unfortunate folks, the season’s charm is not lost – all it takes is a little road trip for you to enjoy the splendor of the foliage. Many of us don’t associate West Texas with vibrantly hued plants simply because it’s a desert, but McKittrick Canyon in the Guadalupe Mountains will absolutely blow your mind this fall.

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I’m in awe at the beauty within our state. Have you ever been to the Guadalupe Mountains in the fall?