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Too hot in the summer, this far-west Texas national park is best seen in the springtime when hiking trails aren’t as crowded (watch out for spring break weeks, though) and the desert ecology (e.g. road runners, cactus) is on prime display, says Behr. You can also river raft on the Rio Grande, which boasts some of its best water flow in the spring, he says.
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