We have a lot to do here at the Airport and West Texas Leather.
In addition, here are a few more fun adventures, tours, expeditions, and history for you to do in West Texas.
Range Finder West Texas Expeditions
From the mountains to the canyons to the flats, Rangefinder West Texas Expeditions provides visitors a glimpse into the wildness and complexity of this remote area of Far West Texas. It is an unforgiving landscape full of all types of plant life and wildlife that is truly unforgettable. It is a magical place with vistas in all directions full of stories of the past and memories yet to be made. RFWT makes it easy for you to see and experience it all in comfort and style. Guides are small and personal, 2-4 people preferred to ensure you get the most out of your experience on the range. ideal for those who want to see more without having to do a thing other than sitting back and ride and take it all in. Most rides take a day, others less depending on destination. Below are listed just a few of our rides. Guides in and around Marfa are available as well. Sunset rides to the canyon, Prada Marfa, and Alpine Amtrak are available as well as airport service from El Paso international, Midland-Odessa, Marfa Municipal, Presidio, and Alpine.
They off river trips on the Rio Grande as well as the Devils River, guide services for hiking and mountain biking, trips into Mexico including Ojinaga Mexico and the Copper Canyon, and vehicle tours in the Big Bend region. They hosted Anthony Bourdain and his crew on an overnight river trip through Santa Elena Canyon to film an episode of Parts Unknown. Watch that episode here.
The 38,137-acre Chinati Mountains State Natural Area lies south of Pinto Canyon Road and immediately west of the high peaks of the range.
These beautiful, scenic mountains are the result of a violent past. The largest volcanic eruption in the Trans Pecos region of Texas took place here over 35 million years ago. Eroded over time, the rugged peaks and steep canyons of the Chinatis tell the story of that long-ago eruption.
The park stretches from low desert to the highest peak, Sierra Pardo. It reaches south almost to Cerro Orona. The ridgeline of the high Chinati range is not in the park.