Chisos Mining Company Motel
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... park. There are campgrounds in Big Bend, but they have no hookups. I at least like to have electricity if possible. ( there was a small campground in the east side with hooks ups, but it looked like a parking lot to me.)
Our first day of exploring brought us to the Santa Elena Canyon area. We did a hike into the canyon. We hand to cross the broad Terlingua creek to get to the canyon. This trail leads along the canyon wall with views of the rafters on the ...
... Clark were last in the water for the group of 12 canoes and eventually they got assistance in the form of a tow from guide Larry and then tied off alongside guide Aaron's canoe as they floated random down the river. We were all freezing for the first half of the day, especially Darby. We pulled ashore for lunch and then hiked a short distance to the hot springs pool. It was ...
... Not really much to say my friends, we hope everyone is doing fine and in good health,
I hope you are enjoying the photo's, maybe you are getting tired of the desert. It seems every bend you go around is another picture. I need to contain myself but it's hard. I am oly sending you about half of whats been taken.
Jim and Kathy
... fall but since there wasn't any water, the fall was dry. The area was very similar to trails in the DC area so it was like we were transported to another region as we hiked. That is where we had our typical lunch. I took a picture of the Flats in front of the cliff wall. It took us 1.5 hours to reach the falls...even with photo stops and such. We had a quicker than normal lunch then headed back to the trailhead. The return trip was ...
... Panther Junction
to Rio Grande Village is a 21-mile road that descends 2,000 feet from the park headquarters at Panther Junction to the Rio.
Grande. Maverick Entrance Station to Panther Junction is a 23-mile route from the western entrance of the park to the park
headquarters. Chisos Basin Road is 6 miles long and climbs to
5,679 feet above sea level at ...