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In y'all's experience, are there reliable sources at ET??
Another question...where is Jack's Pass that several have mentioned in this post?
Another option would be to follow Fisk Canyon south, turn west, and cross over Jack's Pass (between 5030' and 4660'), then follow the drainage to Smoky Spring... linking up to Smoky Creek and the Mule Ears trail. The view from Jack's Pass is superb and the hike from there to Smoky Spring offers complete solitude.
Quote from: badknees on November 22, 2010, 01:24:57 PMAs always, remember, most of the springs are ephemeral, and the water is meteoric, not fossil. Is that like seasonal, from rainfall, not from the the ancient aquifer? Does that mean there are no permanent springs in the Chisos, including Mule Ears and Oak Springs, no fossil containment?QS
As always, remember, most of the springs are ephemeral, and the water is meteoric, not fossil.
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