Franklin Mountains State Park
Hikers, bikers and climbers won’t have to look far to find real adventure in the Franklin Mountains State Park. Towering above the city, the park is the largest U.S. state park in an urban setting. With over 100 miles of multi-use trails, these high-desert mountains start at approximately 5,426 feet with the highest peak reaching 7,192 feet above sea level. Take your adventure to the next level and climb to the top of North Franklin Peak for an unforgettable view of El Paso, New Mexico and Mexico.
Hueco Tanks State Historic Site
World-renowned for its thrilling boulders, Hueco Tanks is one of the world’s prime spots for climbers. Hueco Tanks is a bouldering mecca that draws in recreational and professional climbers alike. Situted in a desert paradise, the aesthetic beauty of the routes alone will leave you with the promise to return sooner than later.
Combining innovative taste with 97-year old traditions, this chic downtown bistro offers a diverse selection of inventive flavor pairings and signature dishes. Original art, restored charm and an ornately gated New Orleans style courtyard make Café Central a favorite amongst the locals.
With names like Vaquero Lager and Abuelita Stout this El Paso born and raised brewery lives and breathes big, bold beers. For those who wisely prefer to pair their craft beers with some food, local food trucks are on scene each day the Tavern is open.
Circa boasts a mixology and craft beer bar with a lounge and unforgettable views of the city. The space is located on the 5th floor and situated between the pool deck and a cozy roof top terrace, under a custom designed oak covered ceiling. Dine alfresco or enjoy a nightcap by one of their outdoor fireplaces.