Big Bend Resort And Adventures
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Restrooms are really hot and durty. No pool, no fire pits, no ambiance.
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... the 2 guys that were in the drivers and passengers seats were sitting on the side of the road with blood everywhere. The driver was freaking out about his friends and had a good gash on his head. The passanger looked like he had gotten into a fight with Mike Tyson and was in and out of consciousness. They were all wearing their seatbelts at the time which along with the trucks safety features, probably saved them. I went to help the 2 girls who were trapped in the backseat. ...
... safari, sensations like "wonder" and "excitement" transition rather seamlessly to "abject terror". Fortunately, the girls' high-pitched jabbering kept any and all critters well out of sight.
The next morning, we drove over to the natural hot springs, nestled next to the Rio Grande. Along the way, we stumbled upon some pictographs that were very reminiscent of Seminole Canyon. The hot springs themselves were idyllic: perfectly warm on an ...
... such acts, and for some reason I am to scared to disobey. The water trickles down in a nice beautiful creek feeding all that is around it. Bees are buzzing, birds in the trees,. But the the water stops. Pipes take it away to be treated and used by humans. The green turns back into desert. Reading Abbey has given me the thought to stay here a few days, bust the pipes and let the water free, but I'm just not that person... at least not yet. Song of ...
... only 300,000–350,000 visitors have entered the park annually.
Big Bend's primary attraction is its hiking and backpacking
trails. Particularly notable among these are the Chimneys Trail, which
visits a rock formation in the desert, the Marufo Vega trail, a loop
trail that passes through scenic canyons on the way to and from the Rio
Grande, and the ...
... lunch. It was time to head back and the return trip was just as fast... An hour. So total we hiked 4.7 miles and it took us 3 hours with a lengthy lunch break. While the signs said it was bear and mountain lion country, we saw nothing but a lizard. A lizard!! It was a good hike. We drove around the rest of the day to rest the legs. We drove to the Rio Grande Village where we could see Mexico across the river. Boquillos Canyon was another area around the Rio ...