McKittrick Canyon

Many consider McKittrick Canyon to be the jewel of the Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Surrounded by 2,000 foot towering cliffs the canyon protects and nutures a relict forest, a remanent of a wetter and cooler period in this region. During the Fall the Big Tooth Maple trees give a show that rivals New England in its color and intensity and are one of the reasons this canyon has been referred to as "the most beautiful spot in Texas".
Upper McKittrick Canyon
The Pratt Lodge
Entrance to McKittrick Canyon

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