Sotol to Chisos (http://metalbackpacker.com/big-bend-national-park-7-day-hike-jan-2016/ Starting Trailhead ? Sotol Overlook (parking near Homer Wilson Ranch Overlook) Ending Trailhead ? Chisos Mountain Lodge)
Sotol to Chisos (http://metalbackpacker.com/big-bend-national-park-7-day-hike-jan-2016/ Starting Trailhead ? Sotol Overlook (parking near Homer Wilson Ranch Overlook) Ending Trailhead ? Chisos Mountain Lodge)
South Rim Trail via Pinnacles Trail (http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=974233)
The Chimneys (http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=2556064)
Elephant Tusk via Dodson Trail (http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=599368)
Mule Ears Trail (http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1382959)
Sotol to Chisos (http://metalbackpacker.com/big-bend-national-park-7-day-hike-jan-2016/ Starting Trailhead ? Sotol Overlook (parking near Homer Wilson Ranch Overlook) Ending Trailhead ? Chisos Mountain Lodge)
Window Trail (https://www.trailrunproject.com/trail/7009952/window-trail)
Lost Mine Trail
Marufo Vega Trail
Chimneys Trail
Twisted Shoe Road?
Sotol to Chisos (http://metalbackpacker.com/big-bend-national-park-7-day-hike-jan-2016/ Starting Trailhead ? Sotol Overlook (parking near Homer Wilson Ranch Overlook) Ending Trailhead ? Chisos Mountain Lodge)
Sotol to Chisos (http://metalbackpacker.com/big-bend-national-park-7-day-hike-jan-2016/ Starting Trailhead ? Sotol Overlook (parking near Homer Wilson Ranch Overlook) Ending Trailhead ? Chisos Mountain Lodge)
Black Gap Road
Water Year-Round (https://www.nps.gov/bibe/planyourvisit/campsites_glennsprings.htm)
Good Spot
Good Spot
Hot Springs (https://www.nps.gov/bibe/planyourvisit/soakinthesprings.htm)
Bike: Panther to Chisos (https://www.nps.gov/bibe/planyourvisit/biking.htm)
Bike then Hike: Grapevine Hills (https://www.nps.gov/bibe/planyourvisit/biking.htm)
Mule Ears (Good Zone?) (Difficulty: Moderate; Distance: 3.8 miles round trip Mule Ears Overlook parking area, mile 15, Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive This hike leads through the foothills of the Chisos Mountains, skirts Trap Mountain, and crosses several arroyos. Near the spring is an old rock corral. The spring itself is overgrown with shrubs, but ferns and cattails also grow there. Remember, no contaminating/bathing in backcountry springs.)
Devil's Den (Difficulty: Moderate; Distance: 5.6 miles round trip Begin at pull-off, 3.5 miles south of the Persimmon Gap Visitor Center Devil's Den is a dramatic limestone slot canyon in the park's northern backcountry. Follow the trail towards Dog Canyon. After 1.5 miles take a side trail off to the right into a wash. In another 0.5 mile, take the large wash that intersects from the left which leads directly into Devil's Den. You may hike into the den, or hike up along the southern edge of the deep crevice for great views into the canyon. You can then enter the den and hike back through it. Small tinajas hold water during the rainy season.)
Chimneys Trail (Difficulty: Moderate; Distance: 4.8 miles round trip Begin at mile 13, Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive A moderate hike (due to distance) to a series of prominent volcanic dike formations. The "chimneys" have always been an important landmark, and Indian rock art marks the base of these high pinnacles. The chimneys are 2.4 miles away and easily seen from the trailhead. The trail beyond the chimneys continues west another 4.6 miles and ends on the Old Maverick Road near Luna's jacal. This is an enjoyable 7-mile hike if you can arrange transportation on the opposite end. From the chimneys you can also head northwest 1.5 miles to the huge cottonwood tree that marks Red Ass Spring. )
Good Spot
Good Spot
Triangulation Mtn
Smoky Creek Trail (to Mule Ears)
Smoky Creek Trail x Dodson Trail
Mule Ear Peaks
Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive
Chimney
Left Chimney, Right Chimney
Sam Nail Ranch
SRP001
SRP002
SRP003
SRP004
SRP005
SRP006
SRP007
SRP008
SRP009
SRP010
SRP011
Adler Spring
Boot Spring
CAR SOTOL OVERLOOK
Casitas Spring
DOM SPRING
Dominguez Mountain
Elephant Tusk
Elephant Tusk Spring
Fresno Creek
Glenn Spring (reliable water source)
Homer Wilson Ranch
Jack's Pass
Mariscal Mine
MARISCAL TH
Mule Ear Spring
NITE 1 (Zone SO3)
NITE 2 (Zone SO4)
NITE 3 (Zone SO7)
NITE 4 (Zone SO5)
NITE 5 (Zone CO9)
NITE 6 (SE2)
Point 5168 (Awesome views)
Smokey Spring
Y Spring1
Rio Grande Campground
Showers (open 24/7)
Visitor Center: Panther Junction