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The Guadalupe Mountains National Park is a place of great natural beauty. There are more than 2,000 acres in this park that include rock formations and deep gorges with glimpses into the abyss below as well!

You're never too old or inexperienced to enjoy the great outdoors. If you want a challenging hike, then there are plenty of options that will take your breath away as they lead up into remote areas filled with breathtaking views such as those found at Guadalupe Mountains National Park!

The Salt Basin Dunes are a beautifully contrasting example of the Mojave's natural landscape. This lesser-used area provides excellent views that will leave you speechless as your campervan rental drives up to these amazing sand dunes and towering cliffs in El Capitan National Park!

The acorn woodpecker and magnificent hummingbird are two of the most beautiful birds you'll ever see. If your pet has been missing since September, odds are they've gone to Dog Canyon for some much-needed R&R with all those furry friends waiting on her return trip back home from vacation in Santa Fe

Guadalupe Mountains National Park Fun Facts

The Guadalupe Mountains were one of the last strongholds for a warrior tribe and they had been fighting for nearly three centuries to preserve their lands.

J.C., a trustworthy and energetic businessman in the early 20th century wore many hats including being a Superintendent of Schools for Van Horn County as well as director/vice president at his local bank - The Van Horn State Bank. In addition, he supported parks initiatives long before they became popular!

It is believed that the first people to inhabit The Guadalupe Mountains were part of a nomadic herders' society who traveled from place to place in search of fresh grasslands. The Guadalupes have been home 10,000 years ago!

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