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Vehicle Tours

There’s a lot of country to cover in Big Bend. Big Bend National Park has 100 miles of paved road, and at least 150 of backcountry dirt roads. Highway 170 between Lajitas and Redford is one of the most spectacular drives in the US. Guided tours are available in a variety of vehicles, from luxury SUV’s to rugged open air Jeeps with cloth canopies.

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Spas and Retreats

Some people come to a place like Big Bend to relax and rejuvenate. Get a massage or a spa treatment, or try out a yoga retreat in an absolutely maginificent setting.

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Paisano Pass Volcano

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Marathon Basin

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Terlingua Mining District

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Chisos Mine and Terlingua

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Early Human Habitation

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Marathon Snapshots

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US Army Camel Experiment

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Camp Pena Colorado

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LAJITAS HISTORY

Lajitas is on the western edge of Big Bend National Park in southwestern Brewster County. It is at an altitude of 2,200 feet on a bluff overlooking the Rio Grande at the San Carlos ford of the old Comanche Trail, in the northern part of the Chihuahuan Desert and at the southern extreme of the Rocky Mountains.

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HISTORICAL OVERVIEW

A brief overview of Big Bend History Big Bend History Tracks across the centuries trail back thousands of years when the first Native Americans arrived in the Big Bend.

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MARATHON HISTORY

Brief History of Marathon Texas Marathon  is located in a broad basin between the Glass Mountains to the north and the Del Norte-Santiago range to the south. This area is a transition zone between the higher mountain grasslands and the thorny chaparral of the Chihuahuan Desert, as well as a remarkable fusion of "old" and "new" mountains.

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