Devil's Hall Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Culberson County, Texas. It is within Guadalupe Mountains National Park. It is 1.8 miles long and begins at 5,885 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,220 feet. The Devil's Hall slot canyon and the Staircase can be seen along the trail.
Devil's Hall Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"The first mile of this trip follows a well-defined trail up Pine Springs Canyon. This is the horse route up Guadalupe Peak, so the trail is well-defined and easy to follow. The trail passes through the scars left by the man-caused, 6,510-acre Pine Fire of 1993. This is a stark reminder to be careful with fire in this dry, fragile environment. Note that this fire, like most wildland fires, did not burn everything. Instead, wildfire tends to leave some plants unburnt, which helps re-vegetate the area."
--Bill Schneider, Hiking Carlsbad Caverns & Guadalupe Mountains National Parks (Falcon Guides).
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