Explore the most popular camping trails near Salt Flat with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

1 month ago

Nice campground.

Hiked on 10/29/18. Fall foliage is at near peak color and absolutely gorgeous!

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1 month ago

Loved the view of fall colors throughout the hike!

Lots of fun to follow the wash up, and the Hiker's Staircase and Devil's Hall were amazing sights. Spotted a tarantula and a few deer.

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2 months ago

Very interesting hike along the base of the mountain along a washed out river bed. The Devil's hall and the stairs leading to it are quite a sight. Great for those who want a hike without much elevation gain.

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2 months ago

Nice hike on a warm day, interesting rock formations that look stairs.

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2 months ago

Lovely hike, took my 9 year old nephew and he loves it! Very scenic! We went in fall and the colors along with the nature and wildlife was totally amazing!

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3 months ago

I may have timed it just right, I had that trail to myself, not another human all day. A different type of hike because much of it follows a dry wash (dry when I was there at least.) Be sure and include this trail when visiting the area.

Nice hike. Beautiful views. It doesn't get difficult because of the huge boulders you have to climb

5 months ago

This hike was really cool. The park signs say it’s 4.2 miles and it took us 3 hours to complete it. You walk through a pretty rocky river bed but it’s not very difficult, just a lot of rock climbing. We saw some deer and lots of lizards along the way. I recommend this for people who want to see the mountains but don’t actually have time/want to climb them. We really enjoyed it! They view of the mountains is great along the way and the devils hall view is great too!

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5 months ago

Excellent trail hike for a day trip. Not so hard, but challenging. The wash was amazing. The views were great. I recommend this hike.

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5 months ago

Nice walk next to and through the dry creek bed. It is pretty rocky and you aren't always on a trail. so it can be slow going at time. The end has some great views when you are down in the canyon and the staircase at the end is fun, it is somewhat steep, so just use your hands. Not many people on the trail at all.

My friend and I are both in our 50s. We hiked this in the fall. This is a very beautiful trail but I would consider it hard. We had incredible views and saw several maples that were in the prime color of the fall season. About half of the trail was on the creek beds and we climbed countless boulders which left us quite tired and sore. The “staircase” scared us a bit-the stairs were too narrow and slippery for us to get good traction so we climbed along the ledges on the cliff by the stairs. This trail is stunning but also a bit daring. At our slow pace it took us six hours.

Beautiful trail we awesome views. Also hike the Tejas trail to look down on Devil's Hall for a truly great site.

A great short-ish jaunt. You will see parts of the park not seen from peaks of El Capitan or Guadalupe. Worth it if you have a few hours to kill. Can be done much faster than avg hike time if needed

Most beautiful place yet. did this hike along with Smith Spring last year and cant wait to return.

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7 months ago

I really enjoyed this trail. It had a number of interesting views, before you get to the spectacular Devils Hall. Note: many of the rocks along the trail, particularly in the wash, are rather new rocks that afford you good traction. But be very careful getting overly confident with your foot placement, because a large number of the rocks have been there a long time and are as smooth as polished rock. This is especially true when you get to the ledge section of the river bed, before getting to the Devils Hall. There are lots of good hand holds and footholds at that section, but the rock surface has been worn smooth from all the times water has rushed down through it.

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9 months ago

The views along the way are good. I went around sunset and it was really nice to see the sun setting along the mountains. The last half of the trail is very Rocky and unfriendly though and easy to get lost so keep your hiking boots ready.

Very underwhelming. Nothing really to write about. It was hot, dry and the trail has a lot of thorny plants to get your clothes ripped on. And what do you see for all the trouble? Nothing.

This trail is an amazing contrast to the trek up the mountain. I went in November and the colors were outstanding.

View was breathtaking ❤️

Excellent hike. Outstanding scenery and would rate as moderate.

on Devil's Hall Trail

10 months ago

It’s a pretty and pretty easy hike. The second half is follow the wash and make your own path. Just before the Hall there is a amphitheater like formation. Keep going just a bit longer.

Have driven this beautiful highway several times. It is always a pleasure to see these mountains again. The scenery is always different depending of the time of the year.

This is really a very easy trial through some nice vegetation and good views of the surrounding mountains

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Hard for old fat people like me but I did it. Very pretty climax

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Tuesday, November 07, 2017

This time of year (early November) is probably why this is also know as the pretest place in Texas. Some of the best trail in the Guadalupe's

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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Awesome view, could stay all day.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

A favorite for locales we make it a loop. Go into the arroyo at the start. Follow unit devil hall return by the designated trail

Also known as the prettiest place in Texas always a rewarding hike we make it a loop up the arroyo and back on the trail

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