When you visit the Landmark, there are 4.5 miles of trails to explore at you own pace.
Journey back 12,000 years by taking a half-mile stroll around the
Landmark's central research compound. This trail offers
rest stops at regular intervals and shady spots during the spring and summer. Interpretive panels discuss the nature
of excavations at the Landmark and are designed to complement and
enhance the gallery exhibits.
Enjoy our ADA accessible Llano Estacado Wildflower Trail! Our newest trail, the half-mile boardwalk is equipped with frequent shade structures and benches. Interpretation along the trail identifies the many native plants and trees of the Southern High Plains and recounts some of the Landmark's 19th and 20th century history.
There are several paths you can take to explore our 3.5 mile hiking trail. Discover some
of this region's native vegetation, as well as the changing landscape.
Observe birds and small animals in a natural setting as you take
a relaxing stroll around this section of Yellowhouse Draw. Bicycles are allowed on this trail. Please be sure to stop by the Nash Interpretive Center to sign in before exploring any of our trails.
Guided tours may be scheduled
in advance by calling the Landmark Education
Office at 806 742 1116 or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.