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In this Issue:
The Year of State Parks
2016: The Year of State Parks
A visit to Franklin Mountains kicks off the Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine’s yearlong look at our iconic Texas state parks. At this park in El Paso, candy-striped roadcuts and lava-bubble caves offer geological whimsy and breathtaking vistas around every bend. In fact, a trip on the Wyler Aerial Tramway gives a view of Franklin Mountains that is one of the 10 most stunning views in the state. Read More »
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