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When combined with the Foothills Trail, this could make for a nice, easy loop for older kids.
This trail starts from the junction with Foothills Trail
near Pine Spring Campground. As you head northeast, you'll gradually climb through the Chihuahuan Desert. The grade may feel a little steep at times but the view gets better with the elevation.
Almost one mile along this trail, you'll reach the apex as well as the junction with Bear Canyon Trail
. From here, follow a gentle grade downhill to the junction with Smith Spring Trail
. The trail isn't too difficult, but be ready for some loose rock on the surface; watch your footing.
The Frejole Trail is not a heavily trafficked trail making it a good place to find some solitude. It is most often used in conjunction with the Foothills Trail
to make a nice loop.
There is no water along this trail and shade is scarce. Make sure you're prepared to hike in the desert.
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