Experience the Big Bend region of Texas along the Rio Grande and International border. Mountain bike, hike, camp, river raft the Rio Grande and take Jeep™ tours down forgotten trails in the Chihuahan desert around the Chinati Mountains, Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park.
Listen to a recent podcast about how Angell Expeditions came about and also more information on the beautiful Big Bend: http://www.cmmayo.com/marfa/podcast-2-charles-angell-big-bend.html.
Now trending: The exciting 52 mile Epic Bike Trail Loop in Big Bend Ranch State Park. For complete details, visit our Mountain Biking Page!
We can take you to areas only accessible by 4WD vehicles and on properties that have access granted only to Angell Expeditions.
See old Native American ruins, swim in hidden oasis springs and climb challenging mountain peaks for spectacular vistas of the Texas Big Bend region. We have access to hundreds of miles of trails in varying degrees of difficulty for hiking and biking. Bring your own bike or rent one of ours for $25 per day. Guided hiking and biking tours average $100 per person per day, with lower rates for groups of 3 or more. Camp sites and equipment can be provided at modest fees, depending on individual needs, with transportation to and from in our new jeeps™.
For those who prefer to view and experience the off-road areas of the Big Bend from the comfort of a vehicle, 1/2 day and full day jeep™ tours at rates averaging $75 – $100 per person.
Or, if getting on the Rio Grande is what you desire, our rates are $75 for 1/2 day, $120 for a full day river trip. The photos you see on the following pages are only a fraction of what you can see and experience with Angell Expeditions.
Call either 432-229-3713 or 305-336-2787.
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ATTIRE: For all activities we recommend long-sleeve shirts, sunglasses and a broad- brimmed hat unless activities require a helmet. Long pants are recommended on hikes and climbs to protect from brush and thorns, and spare socks are good to carry with for all activities. Shorts and/or a swim suit are good to keep with if taking a refreshing dip in a desert spring or other water source is desired.
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PLEASE NOTE: All deposits are non-refundable due to scheduling adjustments.
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