Like it's cousin, Big Bend National Park, the Ranch covers an area of which you cannot conceive until you try to traverse even a part of it. For example, once you leave the paved road from Paradiso, the 17 mile drive to the bunkhouse takes an hour and that's the well maintained gravel road. Even with a 4-wheeeler,
you cannot begin to cover minor portions of the Ranch because of it's sheer size. Everyone there is helpful and will be honest about what you can accomplish. It's a great place to hide. Who could find you if you chose to.
The panoramas a vast and breath-taking, but there are only so many ledges, rock piles and canyons before they start melding into one another and become an iteration of the last one.