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Caprock Canyons State Park
and Trailway

Briscoe County | Texas Panhandle

34 26' 37" N, 101 3' 8" W (34.443611, -101.052222)

On the eastern edge of Llano Estacado

100 miles Southeast of Amarillo

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Quitaque peak seen from the Flomot valley, Texas Panhandle

Quitaque peak seen from the Flomot valley
Photo courtesy Eric Blackwell, November 2006

The hiking, biking, and equestrian rail trail stretches through the park through Floyd, Briscoe, and Hall counties.

Park Information

P O Box 204 Quitaque TX 79255
806/455-1492
http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/park/caprock/

See
  • Quitaque Canyon Trail
  • Quitaque, Texas
  • Caprock Canyon, view from Silverton, Texas
    A spectacular view off the "caprock" (To Quitaque via Silverton)
    Photo courtesy Eric Blackwell, November 2006
    Quitaque Canyon Trail, Texas
    Quitaque Canyon Trail

    Photo courtesy
    David Higgins, 2005
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