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Rock Art Tours: Bonfire Shelter & Eagle Cave

9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Join the Witte Museum for a hiking tour to the Bonfire Shelter and Eagle Cave!

hand pointing to anthropomorph rock art

Located near Langtry, Bonfire Shelter is a nationally significant site in the Lower Pecos Canyonlands that preserves evidence of what may be the oldest and southernmost “bison jump” in North America.

Eagle Cave, a large occupational site, is found in the same canyon.

More about the White Shaman Preserve and Rock Art Tours.

Tour Difficulty: (Strenuous) The hike is into a very steep and rough canyon. Stamina, agility and good balance are a must and climbing (knees to chest) over large boulders is required. This tour involves a 100-ft. descent into a canyon with no trail. Deep, loose rocks make walking difficult. You will be in a remote location where response to serious injuries and medical emergencies will be difficult and lengthy.


  • Members: $35
  • Non-members: $50

Round-trip Distance: 1.75-mile hike.

Duration: 6.5 hours

Vehicle Requirements: There are no vehicle requirements for this tour.

Reservations are required and spaces are limited. Participants must be ages 12 & up. All minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

group of hikers stand in canyon.
Ticket Prices: $50


December 7
9:30 am - 4:00 pm


Langtry, TX
Langtry, 78871 United States