Question: What is the highest peak in Texas?
The “Top of Texas” is found in the Guadalupe Mountains at Guadalupe Peak, also called Signal Peak, in the Chihuahuan Desert. It rises 8,751 feet over the vast grasslands below and makes for a strenuous journey for those who hike the 8.4-mile round trip to the top. The area is part of Guadalupe Mountains National Park in West Texas near the New Mexico border.
The Answer: The correct answer is Guadalupe Peak.