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Hueco Tanks Mountain Hut

Hueco Tanks Mountain Hut, Texas

In 1998, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department imposed the now well-known restrictions at Hueco Tanks that forever changed the landscape of carefree bouldering at Hueco. That year marked the Read more...

In 1998, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department imposed the now well-known restrictions at Hueco Tanks that forever changed the landscape of carefree bouldering at Hueco. That year marked the beginning of the end for Pete’s Country Store. Business declined and, eventually, Pete closed the doors of the store. Pete Zavala passed away in 2006 leaving behind a large community of climbers that share fond memories of Pete, his campground, and the glory days of Hueco.

In 2011, local climber Lowell Stevenson has breathed life back into the old Country Store and reopened the campground. Lowell is a long time Hueco climber that grew up in nearby El Paso and remembers the early days of climbing during the Todd Skinner and John Sherman era. We checked in with him to hear about the good old days and find out his plans for restoring a priceless part of the Hueco Tanks experience.

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Mountain Hut: This has been the original climbers’ base camp known as “Pete’s” since 1984. You can’t miss us on your...
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Mountain Hut: This has been the original climbers’ base camp known as “Pete’s” since 1984. You can’t miss us on your...
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Mountain Hut: This has been the original climbers’ base camp known as “Pete’s” since 1984. You can’t miss us on your...
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