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Williams Ranch

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Guadalupe Mountains National Park, TX
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No wonder she only lasted one day!

Legend has it that this was built for a bride and she only stayed one day! Talk about... read more

Reviewed January 4, 2017
Danette J
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Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
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A Must do

Get the key form the Pine Springs visitors center and drive this rugged rocky trail up to the ranch... read more

Reviewed October 15, 2012
Jeff M
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Dallas, Texas
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Jan 4, 2017
“No wonder she only lasted one day!”
Oct 15, 2012
“A Must do”
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Guadalupe Mountains National Park, TX
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Reviewed January 4, 2017 via mobile

Legend has it that this was built for a bride and she only stayed one day! Talk about remote... You will need the key to access the 4x4 road. You can check it out at the visitors center. We only had to put it in...More

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Reviewed October 15, 2012

Get the key form the Pine Springs visitors center and drive this rugged rocky trail up to the ranch house and get some awesome views along the way. Must have 4x4 high clearance vehicle, we took a Wrangler and had no problem, not only is...More

5  Thank Jeff M
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Reviewed January 22, 2012

Most people view Guadalupe Peak from the east as they are approaching the mountain on the Guadalupe Peak Trail. After reaching the summit, hikers can scramble down just a few yards to the west and peer down a huge 1500 ft. vertical limestone cliff. Taking...More

12  Thank Climb_Big_Bend
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Javier H
September 11, 2016|
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Response from Climb_Big_Bend | Reviewed this property |
It is 45 min in a 4x4 vehicle from the highway gate so by road no. There is a trail from Pine Springs that ends at the ranch house but I think it is 9 miles one way.
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