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Interesting Rock formations

This trail was a tad confusing but we were glad we made our own path. We saw some really cool... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
toonx2
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Richmond, TX
Another nice hike

A nice and a little different hike in the Big Bend area. The views of the hoodoos and the Rio... read more

Reviewed 17 November 2017
fwmaggie_12
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Ohio
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Highway 170, 24.2 miles west of Lajitas, Big Bend State Park, Lajitas, Big Bend National Park, TX 79852
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This trail was a tad confusing but we were glad we made our own path. We saw some really cool balancing rocks and formations that made it worth the extra work

Thank toonx2
Reviewed 19 June 2018

A great short trail for all ages! Dog friendly too! Incredible sculptures made by Mother Nature herself line this gorgeous trail. Surrounded by beautiful mountains and the river. Great little place to relax and have a picnic as well. We'll be back!

Thank Dkitty78
Reviewed 2 June 2018 via mobile

The trailhead was easy to find. We hiked this trail early in the evening in order to have a cooler experience. The beginning of the trail was easy to follow, but once we got to the first structure we lost the trail. Luckily, our vehicle...More

Thank BargainBeck
Reviewed 29 April 2018

Pros: rock formations stunning, views over Rio Grande, good parking, peaceful, no-one else there. Cons: not really a trail as it is badly marked in places and folks just wander all over the Hoodoos anyway. A very short trail where you can see the beginning...More

Thank Daleslady
Reviewed 12 March 2018 via mobile

My kids love this hike. They have some freedom to leave the trail and the hoodoos are really cool to see. Don’t miss this hike in the state park.

Thank dhill1143
Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

This is a pull off of the River Road in Big Bend State Park. You can go down to the river where there are some interesting rock formations or go up a hill for an overlook view. You can see pretty much everything after a...More

Thank Diane B
Reviewed 22 November 2017

Wonderful easy hike through some awesome rock formations. My wife and I had fun taking pictures on this short easy trail. We sat at the overlook for a while and had a snack and a drink water. Very peaceful. Tried to get to the Rio...More

1  Thank Mike L
Reviewed 17 November 2017

A nice and a little different hike in the Big Bend area. The views of the hoodoos and the Rio Grande are good and worth 20-30 minutes of your time to stretch your legs. No facilities in this area so be prepared with hats, water,...More

Thank fwmaggie_12
Reviewed 19 September 2017

Travelling between Big Bend and Presidio we stopped to picnic here at this sheltered table. The view of the Rio Grande and the Hoodoos was fantastic. Like most places we visited off-season, we were alone for our entire stay - not even another car passed...More

Thank tridcod
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Warning - do this early morning as there is NO shade. Easy short hike to a few hoodoos and the river. Took dogs as this is one of two that allow dogs. Bring water and watch where the dogs go as the path is small...More

3  Thank I6779SVrichardr
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