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

        Big Bend National Park

        A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Apr 16, 2015

        36 photos

        ... Island. The spring flowers were all blooming, so it was a delight to drive along and see all that color. As far as we could see, there were deserts leading up into mountains - each vista prettier than the next.

        We stopped for lunch at a picnic spot right on the Rio Grande. The river itself was not very big here, but there were wild horses wading in the river, ...

        Big Bend National Park

        A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 26, 2015

        3 comments, 98 photos

        ... could have donated $6 to acquire on the trail selling for $18.

        The drive to the Langsford Ruins and subsequent Hike to Hot Springs was the highlight of our day reminding us of how quickly death could claim us by simply traversing one lane dirt and rock road. We should have been a bit more contemplative when we reached an “Oversized Vehicle” turnaround spot on this 1 lane road. Immediately after this turnaround area, the “road” became a ...

        The Big Bend

        A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Feb 11, 2015

        1 comment, 86 photos

        ... 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 Mountains we headed for Big Bend National Park, passing through Fort Davis National Historic site and the MacDonald Observatory. It's a beautiful drive through a whole lotta nothing. The little towns of Ft. Davis and Alpine are charming and fun just to pass through. So, now we are here camping our first night in the backcountry ...

        The Ups and Downs of Big Bend

        A travel blog entry by ktchris on Jan 15, 2015

        143 photos

        ... climb Emery Peak, the highest peak in Big Bend at 7825 feet. We were already high up so we only had to climb 2000ft and it was 5miles up and 5 miles down. I don’t know if that sounded tough to us at the time but we were ready for the challenge. It was Saturday morning so the visitor center where all the trails started was packed with people. There were a few scout groups and YMCA groups going backpacking and a lot of friends all starting their hikes. Most of the people ...

        Bears and Bucks in Big Bend

        A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Oct 04, 2014

        2 comments, 14 photos

        ... rattle at its end. I studied it for a few minutes. Took a couple pictures. I was right next the the thing and nearly stepped on it, but it never rattled or moved. It must have been sleeping or something. Maybe dead. I don't really know but it was cool: ) The trail ended about 20 feet from the top of Emory peak. I scrambled up to the top on all forms and when I got there I could see all around me. On my left was a 1,000 foot cliff and on my right about 20 ...