Explore: The Mountain Trail Region
Nothing beats a good night's sleep followed by a full day's worth of adventure. It's why we travel. Roadside accommodations are part of the program for Texas travelers and many opt for the standard interstate fare.
Located in the county seat town of Sierra Blanca, this courthouse was completed in 1922, a late starter for the typical courthouse construction of Texas. However, it’s also the only adobe courthouse in the state.
April 18, 2014 - 8:15pm to 10:15pm
“Why Torture is Wrong and the People who Love Them" by Christopher Durang
Directed by Gregory Gonzales
Political satire two-act comedy. Studio Theatre of the Francois Fine Arts Building on the campus of SRSU. Contains adult...
April 19, 2014 - 9:00am to 11:00am
We will meet in the Limpia Creek Primitive Area 9am Saturdays. Bring binoculars, water, and field guides if you would like to use them. Please no dogs for this walk, as they scare the birds.
April 19, 2014 - 6:30pm to 10:00pm
Sierra Club invites members & prospective members to a potluck social at 6:30 p.m. at Roger & Jackie Siglin's home: 312 S. Hackberry in North Double Diamond. Bring a favorite dish to share & beverage of choice.
About the Mountain Trail Region
Breathtaking mountains and high-country hikes. Sheer river canyons and winding back roads. Exotic panoramas and star-studded nights. Adventure in the unspoiled West awaits you in the Texas Mountain Trail Region of Far West Texas. See land as early man saw it, as the Apache and Comanche saw it, as ranching pioneers saw it. Visit Big Bend National Park, hike the spectacular South Rim Trail. Follow the Butterfield Overland Stagecoach route through Guadalupe Mountains National Park. Visit our charming mountain communities, where cowboys may still go to lunch in town on horseback. Catch a performance at El Paso’s 1930 Plaza Theatre, in the heart of the museum district. Visit adobe missions, still used as churches for local congregations. We invite you to plan your own adventure! Travel by car, horse, motorcycle, bicycle, RV, or by foot—the scenery and history is unparalleled. Let the Texas Mountain Trail be your guide to discovery and adventure!
The Mountain Trail Region works with a variety of organizations to promote heritage travel throughout the region.