|Cinco Tinajas, Big Bend Ranch State Park|
A notice from our friends at Big Bend Ranch State Park:
Take a guided hike at Big Bend Ranch State Park on June 1st and join the Nation in celebration of “National Trails Day”. It will be good for your body, your mind, and your soul!
Come on out on Saturday, June 1st and celebrate this year’s “National Trails Day” by hiking with us here at Big Bend Ranch State Park. “National Trails Day” is a nationwide celebration of trails and how they can help you more fully experience and enjoy Your Parks. We will hike about 1.5 miles round trip and take in the spectacular panoramic views from on the top of the ridge trail while hiking over to the Cinco Tinajas overlook and then back around and down to the head of the canyon and the first of the tinajas. If you do not know what these “Cinco Tinajas” are, then join us and find out.
The hike will take around 2.5 hours over terrain with loose rocks, so wear sturdy hiking shoes, bring at least 20 ounces of water, sunscreen, hat, long pants, long-sleeved shirt, and of course your camera.
Meet at Sauceda Headquarters at 8:45 on that Saturday morning. Sauceda is located in the interior of BBRSP about 1.5 hours drive over a dirt/gravel road from Presidio. There is no charge for this guided hike, and the regular entry fee for 13 years and over is $3.00 per person. For more information and sign-up for the hike, please call the park directly at (432) 358-4444 by May 29th. All are encouraged to stay over at Sauceda to have ample time to enjoy the park. Lodging can be reserved by calling (512) 389-8919.
We look forward to sharing our Park Trails with you!
This event is posted on our Texas Mountain Trail web calendar, here.