Travel Blogs from Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States

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A Quick Stop to see the Mountains, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

A Quick Stop to see the Mountains

A travel blog entry by jacobsims

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We stopped at Visitor Center and saw a video.  The Mountains were big and ...

Guadalupe Peak Trail (Part 1), Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Guadalupe Peak Trail (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by danielwyles

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... had to clean up in the ship as some researchers were moving in the next day. Started on the Guadalupe trail today which was the main trail at the park which was pretty exciting, might actually see other people on the trails plus the view was supposed to ...

"Most Beautiful Spot in Texas"

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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Drove out to McKittrick Canyon Visitor Center and did the 6.8 mile hike. This hike was out and back to the Pratt Cabin and the Grotto. Pratt had heard about the "most beautiful spot in Texas" and checked it out for himself. After a visit, he purchased ...

First hikes in the Desert, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

First hikes in the Desert

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh

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... you take if you only have an hour at the park. It is a paved trail through the typical flora and fauna of the park with the mountains in the background. At the end of the trail was the ruins of a stagecoach station on the Butterfield route which led from ...

Got a little hike in today, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Got a little hike in today

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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We drove to Frijole Ranch within the Park. The Ranch House Museum was closed but we toured the grounds and took the loop hike.The stops were at Manzanita and Smith Springs. These were very hardy folks that settled this ...

Jul 17, 2009, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Jul 17, 2009

A travel blog entry by roadtrippers

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Guadalupe Peak Trail (Part 2), Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Guadalupe Peak Trail (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by danielwyles

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... the book at the top and had group photos, really good achievement everyone in very good spirits and have now finished working on the Guadalupe trail. A long 1 and half hour hike down with all tools and a few wooden water-bars we took out. All deserved our ...

Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Guadalupe Mountains National Park

A travel blog entry by slhodge78

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... the foothills, stopping again at a rest stop with a great view of the face of El Capitan. We reached the Guadalupe Mountains National Park Pine Springs Visitor Center about noon. We went inside and stamped our national parks passport books, bringing our ...

Guadalupe Back Country Project (Part 1), Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Guadalupe Back Country Project (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by danielwyles

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... for the dismantling of cars that brought illegal drugs over the border from Mexico, there were literally 20 on one road. Arrived at Guadalupe National Park at 6pm, the drive in total took 12 hours and we were 2 hours in front of Arizona time so it was ...

Nat. Park #6, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Nat. Park #6

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa

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... of fine brown dirt. Clean up was so much fun. The next day I headed north to the New Mexico border and my 6th National Park, Guadalupe Mountains. Once again, there was only one road to reach it, and little civilization along the way. I could only find one ...

Top of Texas, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Top of Texas

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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... , only stopping to fuel up at Marfa as it was the cheapest fuel we'd yet found. Approximately 4hrs later we arrived at Guadalupe Mountain National Park after having to put the clocks back again as we'd crossed into Mountain Time. We stopped for lunch in a ...

Northwards, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Northwards

A travel blog entry by bransi

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Got out by 1:00, complicated packing up. I10W to Van Horn but Hotel El Capitan not doing lunch. Up 54N/281 to Guadaloupe Mountain National Park, $4 to camp so definitely reducing average accommo cost. Real nice, sparsly populated, slicker ...

Mother's day, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Mother's day

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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... any Costco.......Theresa explained that in CA we can start drinking the minute Costco opens, any day of the week. On to Guadalupe Mountains National Park, where Theresa found a wallet full of $$$$$ and turned it over to the ranger. We got an RV spot with ...

Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mountains, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mountains

A travel blog entry by jayahalepete

The two National Parks were ...

We hiked to the highest point in Texas!, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

We hiked to the highest point in Texas!

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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April 21 - by Madison Today we went to Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Since all you can really do in this park is hike, we went on a hike.  We went on an 8.4 mile hike, and the elevation gain was 8,736 feet.  This hike is called ...

Guadalupe Mountains, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Guadalupe Mountains

A travel blog entry by linusvpelt

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We stopped by Guadalupe mountains National Park just in time to get some stamps for the girls passports.  We had little time to do anything else.  I had wanted to do some hiking but time and storms in the area, and the amount of hiking we had ...

Guadalupe Back Country Project (Part 2), Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Guadalupe Back Country Project (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by danielwyles

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... we had a 2 hour drive to meet the others. Once there we found out the shocking news that a van going to Zion National Park caught fire and everyones bags got destroyed including Dan H's passport, who was supposed to go home straight after that project. ...

Big driving day, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

Big driving day

A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713

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... normal for them to ask too many questions.  Passed 1,800 miles on this trip late in the day, ending up at Guadalupe Mountains National Park.  Snagged one of the last campsites (for $8 you get a patch of dirt, a picnic table and impressive star ...

I got high in Texas, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

I got high in Texas

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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Tree wasn't feeling well and went back to RV and I continued on to the top of Guadalupe Peak. I know 8,749 feet doesn't sound like much when compared to California peaks, but it kicked my butt. I made it up and back in 6.5 hours and I was one hurting ...

This Park was a bonus, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, United States travel blog

This Park was a bonus

A travel blog entry by wmaxtman

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   We had not heard of Guadalupe Mountains National Park before but when we saw how close it was to the Carlsbad Caverns we decided to go to it. I told Cissie we were planning to go there and she said her and Mike had been there on one of their ...

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