The El Paso Mission Trail Association seeks to promote the historic nine-mile corridor between Ysleta, Socorro, and San Elizario through education, preservation, and tourism efforts. As part of the larger El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail, the Mission Trail serves as a gateway to one of the most historical areas in the binational region.
Founded in 1986, the El Paso Mission Trail Association is a non-profit organization that actively promotes cultural heritage, diversity, historical preservation, and economic development in the local community.
Members of the El Paso Mission Trail Association are passionate about facilitating understanding of the living cultural legacies that play a vital role in our shared history.
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