Hike the Granola Bowl Loop Trail

Rate this Adventure 0.7 miles 170 ft gain  - Loop Trail

Added by Jean-Claude Linossi

A short loop trail on the side of la Espina Hill. Good views of the Franklin Mountains.

This trail can be hiked at different times of the year. In the spring there are several species in bloom and in the summer wildflowers. There are good views of the Franklin Mountains and West El Paso.

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Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly


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