El Paso is a great place for hiking. There are many trails in and around the Franklin Mountains, which rise to over 7100 feet inside the city limits. And just east of El Paso is Hueco Tanks State Park, famous for its bouldering and, especially, its Native American Pictographs. Here are some images of hikes and excursions in the El Paso area.
|Hiking in the Franklin Mountains||
Hiking to the site of a B36 crash
in the Franklin Mountains
|Hiking up Alamo Mountain, NM||
Hiking and visiting the Pecan Festival,
northwest of Truth or Consequences, NM
|Playing petanque in Tom Lea Park||Alameda Street and the Mission Trail||The Segundo Barrio, South El Paso||Finding dinosaur tracks|
|Hiking in Hueco Tanks State Park||Petroglyphs at Three Rivers, NM||Petroglyphs at Alamo Mountain, NM||Petroglyphs near Rincon, NM|
The images have been compressed for the Web. If you would like a full-resolution image, please contact David Novick.