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.

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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