• Sierra del Carmen

    Big Bend

    National Park Texas

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Hikers on the Emory Peak Trail

Hikers on the Emory Peak Trail (Casa Grande Peak in the background)
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The Boot Rock
The Boot Rock
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The entrance to Santa Elena Canyon
The entrance to Santa Elena Canyon
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The mouth of Santa Elena Canyon
The mouth of Santa Elena Canyon
Credit: NPS/Dan Leavitt
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Overlooking the Chisos Basin

Overlooking the Chisos Basin
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Winter Sunrise over the Sierra del Carmen
Winter Sunrise over the Sierra del Carmen
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Winter Sunrise over the Sierra del Carmen
Winter Sunrise over the Sierra del Carmen
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Volcanic dike near Ward Spring

Volcanic dike near Ward Spring
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Kayakers at the mouth of Santa Elena Canyon
Kayakers at the mouth of Santa Elena Canyon
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Giant dagger yucca blooming along the Dagger Flat Road
Giant dagger yucca blooming along the Dagger Flat Road
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Northern entrance to the Old Ore Road
Northern entrance to the Old Ore Road
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Family viewing a wayside exhibit
Family viewing a wayside exhibit
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Ranger and visitors along the Lost Mine Trail
Ranger and visitors along the Lost Mine Trail
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Ranger leading visitors along the Lost Mine Trail
Ranger leading visitors along the Lost Mine Trail
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Ranger illustrating the life cycle of the agave
Ranger illustrating the life cycle of the agave
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Volcanic landscape near Castolon
Volcanic landscape near Castolon
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Sunset through The Window
Sunset through The Window
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Driving down the Chisos Basin Road
Driving down the Chisos Basin Road
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Did You Know?

Chisos Mountains seen from the presidio ruins

According to legend, those who search for the Lost Mine in Big Bend National Park, must stand in the chapel doorway of the old Presidio de San Vicente on Easter morning and look toward the Chisos Mountains. The spot where the sun's rays first light the peaks is the hidden doorway to the lost mine. More...