Explore 800,00 Acres Of Unparalleled Views Of The Chisos Mountains On This Scenic Hike In Texas
Big Bend National Park is a west Texas treasure, spanning more than 800,000 acres along a remote area bordering Mexico. The park contains the entire Chisos Mountains Range and there’s an enchanting rugged beauty to the place that makes it a popular destination, drawing nature lovers from San Antonio, Austin and beyond.
One of the best ways to take in this incredible Chicos Mountains landscape is a hike on the Emory Peak Trail. It’s not an easy trek, but the views of Big Bend are unparalleled. Here’s what you need to know to hike Emory Peak.
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The trail is open to hikers all year. You may encounter some snow during the winter at higher elevations, so consider wearing good boots and dress in layers. There’s a fee to enter Big Bend National Park. It’s $30 per vehicle or $25 for a motorcycle. Looking for more amazing Texas hiking trails. Here are some more trails you should put on your bucket list.
Address: Emory Peak, Texas 79834, USA
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