5 Reasons Why Fall is the Perfect Time to Visit El Paso
With average temperatures in the 70’s and a plethora of things to see and do, El Paso should top your list of places to visit in Texas this Fall.
Fall is the Season to Enjoy the Outdoors
More than 100 miles of hiking and biking trails await you at Franklin Mountains State Park, which is conveniently situated in the middle of the city and offers stunning views of Texas, New Mexico, and Mexico.
There Are Concerts Every Weekend
El Paso’s music scene comes alive every fall, with a plenty of festivals and concerts you won’t want to miss.
It’s the Best Time to Go Bouldering
World-renowned Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site is one of the best places to go bouldering in the country. The park offers more than 860 acres of world-class climbing.
Cooler Weather is Ideal for Discovering El Paso’s History
El Paso is home to more than 400 years of history to explore, including the oldest working missions in the region, the beautiful Magoffin Home State Historic Site, and the infamous Concordia Cemetery.
Weeks’ Worth of Complimentary Events for Nature Lovers
Experiencing El Paso’s flora and fauna is easy during the fall, when Celebration of our Mountains kicks off. These complimentary events give you the chance to explore the Sun City’s Chihuahuan Desert, Franklin Mountains, and various wetlands.