Wildhorse Station

Address: State Highway 118, Terlingua, Texas, 79830, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on State Highway 118, Terlingua, is near Chihuahuan Desert and Mariscal Canyon.
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      Travel Blogs from Terlingua

      The Big Bend

      A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Feb 11, 2015

      1 comment, 86 photos

      ... Even got up to the highest point in Texas- Guadalupe Peak. We drove from here to the nearby Carlsbad Caverns National Park and toured the phenomenal caverns, a mile underground. Enormous, fascinating and beautiful. A whole other world. I only included a few pictures because I don't have the right kind of camera for that kind of darkness. And pictures just don't do it justice. The immensity is hard to fathom.

      South from the Guadalupe ...

      The Ups and Downs of Big Bend

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Jan 15, 2015

      143 photos

      ... so many days of living under the clouds of Corpus Christi. After our hike we drove back towards the campstore to grab a quick lunch of leftover Mexican food from the day before and walk the Hot Springs Trail. Once again the views of the Rio Grande and into Mexico were spectacular. There is a big mountain range in Mexico that Chris and I dubbed “Mexican Bacon” because it looks like a giant strip of fatty yummy bacon. The walk ended up being a little longer and ...

      Bears and Bucks in Big Bend

      A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Oct 04, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... needing to be afraid. A new deer family just showed up. About 2 miles into my hike today, I stopped to look at the map. When I glanced up to see what the trail ahead looked like I noticed a large black animal. I was next to a old ranch house so at first I thought it was a cow. It was just standing there eating and minding its own business. I took a glance around and finally I could tell it was a bear. It saw me and scurried away. I would have to ...

      Big Bend National Park

      A travel blog entry by ajbrad on May 18, 2014

      19 photos

      ... the national park. The main thing I remember about the float was on one side was Mexico, and the other side was the USA and that the water was very muddy!
      Big Bend National park is a rugged, and vast area. It is a land of extremes and diversity. We were there several days and did not come close to seeing all there is to see.
      While in the area, be sure to visit the interesting town of Terlingua. This quirky little town is home to a variety of fascinating ...

      Day 35

      A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Feb 25, 2014

      ... excited about hiking, did take a short one to see the window view in the mountains. Next onto the Rio Grande Village, picnic lunch then onto the Boquillas Canyon overlook, could see horses & men on the Mexico side of the River. Pretty good hike to see the Boquillas Canyon but worth ...