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Hueco Tanks
6900 Hueco Tanks Rd.
El Paso, TX 79938
(915) 857-1135

Challenge yourself with a world-class bouldering site, popular with many across the world, at one of the most historic sites in Texas. Just a 45-minute drive east from downtown El Paso, Hueco Tanks, known for its ancient pictographs and its use as a stagecoach stop along the old Butterfield Trail, is a haven for rock climbers from around the world. Climbing, hiking, and guided tours are held regularly.

Bouldering does not require a rope or safety net, simply problem-solving skills and stamina. The North Mountain is perfect, however can get very full, hence the need for reservations. Other mountains are forbidden without a guide, and camping is also available. Access is limited to control crowd size, and reservations are strongly recommended, even for daytime visits.

Entrance Fees
- $7 per day, per person 13 years and older
- Free for children 12 years and under

Hours
- Winter (October 1st through April 30th) 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Summer (May 1st through September 30) Friday to Sunday 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.; Monday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- The office closes a half hour before the park closes.

Bouldering and Hiking Tours
- Wednesdays - Sundays by advance request

Directions/Description
- Off I-10, exit Airway Blvd and make a right on Montana Ave. You will travel down Montana for 38 miles. Keep an eye out for the white space craft building and make a left on Hueco Tanks Road. Go down this road for about 7 miles. The state park is going to be on your right.