Baldy Peak-Mount Livermore

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Baldy Peak-Mount Livermore es un sendero de ida y vuelta de 8.4 millas localizado cerca de Fort Davis, Texas. Ofrece la oportunidad de ver la fauna y es calificado como difícil. El sendero se usa principalmente para hacer senderismo y es mejor utilizado de marzo hasta diciembre.

Distancia: 8.4 miles Desnivel: 2,204 feet Tipo de ruta: Ida y vuelta

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Note: This trail is ONLY open during Davis Mountain Preserve's Open Days. Please refer to the Preserve's website for dates- https://www.nature.org/en-us/get-involved/how-to-help/volunteer-and-attend-events/find-local-events-and-opportunities/davis-mountains-open-days This trail starts with a 5-mile drive from Madera Canyon Road to trailhead. Please sign in at trailhead. Most of the steep parts of the trail are below the Limpia Chute Trail junction. There is a rock scramble for the last 200 vertical feet or so just before the summit.

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trepar
1 month ago

Unrivaled view from the highest peak in the Davis Mountains. Fortunately the weather was perfect with 360 degree views with over 100 miles visibility. No wind, 60 degrees and clear skies! Guadalupe Mountains to the Northwest and Big Bend Mountains to the Southeast clearly visible on the horizon.

senderismo
2 months ago

Great day great trail.

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1 month ago

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10 months ago

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Sat Apr 14 2018