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Comstock, Texas Map

Googles maps took us up to a kayak drop in location near Comstock, TX...which is 1.5 hours out of the way. But once we got there is was beautiful but cut our trip short, because by the time we got there it was after noon.

Hiked the full loop. All 12 miles. About 1/2 was on the road but we did not encounter a single vehicle. Not a difficult hike. The “table top” of the trail had some very nice views. There are zero water sources. We started early in the morning to avoid the heat and we’re blessed with cloud cover in the Am. ( it cleared out for a stunning starry sky that evening ). The extra 2 miles to get to the rally stunning clear clean cool water was wonderful

Quick stop to let my dog hike a bit. Didn’t go far.

Hiked from eastern trailhead to about a mile past the windmill and back for 7 miles total. Wanted to avoid open road conditions past that point. Lots of loose rock on up and down portions but nothing too strenuous. Very open, great for early spring. Several varieties of wildflowers

The weather and canyon were beautiful and the cave art so interesting, however, I felt our tour guide lacked enthusiasm and didn't really speak loud enough for everyone to hear, which was disappointing considering the $8 fee.

Beautiful weather and the canyon was phenomenal. It puts things in perspective to know these cave paintings are 4000 years old.

Seminole Canyon State Park is located in southwest Texas on the Rio Grande River. This area is known to get very warm in the summertime. It is recomended that you visit from October to April. There is a tour to the Fate-Bell shelter where you can see a collection of Indian rock art.

Rocky paths and fairly well maintained. a few trails I didn't see a soul all day. nice views in the canyons and across the Rio Grande. easy to moderate.