Sponsored by Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site
Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 8:00am - 4:00pm
Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site
Park Road 67 off HWY 90W
Comstock, TX 78837
This is a backcountry guided hike to the park's secluded rock art sites. Southwest Texas and its Lower Pecos Canyonlands are world renowned for its unique pictograph styles of the Lower Pecos River, Red Linear, Bold Line Geometric Red Linear, Red Monocrome, and Historical.
It is a seven mile, eight hour guided hike and the participant must be able to hike, clamber and climb over loose material, large boulders, rough uneven ground and dense vegetation to traverse this canyon.
Signing a liability release is required. Participants under the age of 18 must to be accompanied by adult or guardian.
No pets and not recommended for young children (no strollers).
Limited to 25 experienced hikers, minimum of 4.
Tour fee of $25.00 per person: cash, check, or money order only-payable to Rock Art Foundation. A Park entry fee of $3.00 person payable to Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site, unless you are a holder of a Texas State Park Pass.
Call the Park at 432-292-4464 for more information and to make reservations (required). Reservations begin 30 days and end 3 days before the tour depart date. Please only sign up family/household members; larger groups must be able to provide names and phone numbers of participants at time of reservation.
Tours are subject to cancellation due to weather conditions and/or limited number of participants. It is recommended to call the park prior to your trip to confirm tour.
WHERE/TIME: Meet at the Headquarters Building (museum) at 8:15am and tour leaves promptly at 8:00 am with a return time of 4 pm.
WHAT TO BRING: Plan to be outside for up to seven-eight hours, water, lunch and comfortable clothing/hiking shoes.