BIG BEND National Park MUST DO: Wake up at 5:00. Grab your coffee percolator. Drive to the Hot Spring near Rio Grande Village. Take the short hike to the Hot Springs. Beware of snakes and mountain lions. Relax and have coffee under the stars while you wait for the sunrise.
River trips are the best way to experience some of the more remote areas of the park! From half-day floats to multi-day adventures and magnificent canyons to flat, green lowlands, the Rio Grande offers many possibilities. Consider connecting with local outfitters to facilitate an unforgettable trip! More info: www.nps.gov/bibe/planyourvisit/river-trips.htm
After a jam-packed day (tried to watch a meteor shower at 2:30AM) I made it to #bigbend#nationalpark and was able to experience one of the most incredible places the #lonestarstate had to offer! Safely in Marfa, jut after sunset! #🌅
Oddly ever since my last trip to Utah I’ve been thinking more and more about the Big Bend Bouldering. I’ve never accomplished anything there. Just makes me want to plan a trip back to finally send something. Here’s @caitlinvholmes showing her crimping power.
2 days. 20 miles. 30 pound backpacks. Sleeping under the stars. Views of Mexico and the Rio Grande. Rock climbing to Emory Peak. Sore everywhere. First backpacking trip DONE. #Texas#BigBend#backpacking#ineedamassage