Dominguez Spring

Emory Peak, Texas

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The Dominguez Spring Trail can be a strenuous day hike, but it’s better done as a backpacking trip. Although water is sometimes available at the spring, it is unreliable. Hikers should plan to carry all their water. This trail should be considered a cool-season hike, since daytime temperatures of more than 100°F are common during summer. In spite of the challenges of this trail, those who persevere are rewarded with beautiful scenery and an intriguing historic site.

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"The Dominguez Spring Trail can be a strenuous day hike, but it’s better done as a backpacking trip. Although water is sometimes available at the spring, it is unreliable. Hikers should plan to carry all their water.

This trail should be considered a cool-season hike, since daytime temperatures of more than 100°F are common during summer. In spite of the challenges of this trail, those who persevere are rewarded with beautiful scenery and an intriguing historic site."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Emory Peak
Distance: 7
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 3.5-4 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Big Bend National Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Dominguez Spring

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May 2018