Guadalupe Mountains National Park is one of the least visited national parks in the United States. However, this often overlooked park has a nice network of trails, the tallest point in Texas in Guadalupe Peak (8,749’), the historic summit of El Capitan that served as a waypoint for travelers in the 1800s, and the Salt Basin Dunes. It is worth a stop and is great for exploring on a cool fall day. I hope you enjoy these black and white photos from this remote national park.
Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Black and White
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