A gentler, but amazingly lovely view of Big Bend Ranch State Park, along the road to Sauceda Ranch. TPWD's website introduces the park this way:
"Big Bend Ranch State Park, the largest state park in Texas, over 300,000 acres of Chihuahuan Desert wilderness in a remarkably rugged, remote and unpopulated setting. The park extends along the Rio Grande from southeast of Presidio to near Lajitas in both Brewster and Presidio Counties. Embracing some of the most remote and rugged terrain in the Southwest, it encompasses two mountain ranges containing ancient extinct volcanoes, precipitous canyons, and waterfalls. The area has been a crossroads of human activities for over 11,000 years, as diverse people and cultures have been drawn by the abundant resources of the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo corridor."
The park is known for great hiking and mountain biking. For regional information:
Visit our hiking page www.texasmountaintrail.com/hike
Visit our cycling page www.texasmountaintrail.com/bike
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