2014 Teacher Workshop
The Chisos Mountains: An Oasis in a Desert Sea
Join us for a two day, one night camping trip in the Chisos Mountains. Learn about this unique and special treasure and see how easy it is to share the outdoors with your students. Date to be decided.For more information, contact Rob Dean by email or call 432-477-1184.
Did You Know?
Wright Mountain, 6,041 feet (1,841 meters), is named for George Wright, head of the National Park Service's wildlife division in the 1930s. Wright visited the area several times in the 1930s. He and Yellowstone Superintendent Roger Toll were killed in a car accident leaving the Big Bend in 1936.