Walk Among The Treetops On A Rope Bridge At Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge In Texas
Texas has no shortage of opportunities to walk among the treetops — take Cypress Valley Canopy Tours, for example. One of the most incredible canopy walks in Texas is hidden so deep within the Rio Grande Valley, few even know it exists. We’re heading to Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge in Alamo, where two 40-foot-tall observation towers are connected by a rope bridge that sits high in the forest canopy.
Trails are open from sunrise until sunset. Visit the refuge’s website or Facebook page to learn more.
Have you ever been to Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge? If so, did you cross the bridge? Let us know all about your experience, and check out our previous article for another bucket-list-worthy South Texas park to visit as the weather starts getting cooler.
Address: 3325 Green Jay, Alamo, TX 78516, USA
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