Hike Through A Cemetery, Whimsical Moss Trees, And A Suspension Bridge At Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge In Texas

If your usual hiking adventures are getting a tad stale, head to Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge in Hidalgo for something different. This historic preserve features wispy Spanish moss trees, a stomach-dropping canopy walk, and cemetery – not to mention some of the greatest ecological diversity in Texas.

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Have you ever been to Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge? If so, what’s your favorite piece of scenery? Let us know your thoughts, and check out our previous article for another epic treetop adventure: This Canopy Walk In Texas Will Make Your Stomach Drop.