Take A Magical Waterfall Hike In Texas To Cattail Falls, If You Can Find It
By Will Suphan|Published January 22, 2023
Will has been living in Arizona off and on for 30+ years in the Phoenix Metro and Tucson areas. He has traveled all over the state as well as having lived all over the Southwest. He's been writing for OnlyInYourState for one year and has previously written for Digital Journal. Will has a passion for travel and writing and combining the two is what he loves most. He loves solo international travel and has been to Thailand, France, Japan, and Cambodia.
There are tons of waterfalls all over Texas that are easy to get to and quite pretty. If you really want the most scenic places, you’ve got to get out into the depths of nature and find nature’s secrets. Cattail Falls is such a place. With colorful rocks and moss, this hidden gem is well worth the effort it takes to get there. It’s a welcome respite from the surrounding desert.
Cattail Falls is located in Big Bend National Park in Southwestern Texas. It might be worth an early start to beat the hottest part of the day. If you’d like to stay near the trail, the Chisos Mountain Lodge is right there! The park has a ton of wonderful places to explore, such as the Lost Mine Trail and hike through some cloud-like fog if you’re lucky.
Have you been to Big Bend National Park? If so, let us know your experiences in the comments.
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