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With over 300 days of sunshine each year and a massive state park that cuts right through the city, El Paso is a great place to mountain bike. Rocks, cactus, an occasional rattlesnake, and most rides at between 4,000 and 5,000 feet above sea level makes for challenging terrain. Head out to see what El Paso has to offer.View Trails for El Paso, TX
Situated in far West Texas, Guadalupe Mountains National Park is a hiker’s paradise. The 85 miles of trails vary greatly in length and difficulty and offer a wide range of opportunities for exploring. Trails leading to the high country are steep and rough; the ascent may be as much as 3,000 feet. Desert and canyon trails are less strenuous.read moreView Trails for Guadalupe Mtns. Nat. Park, TX
Located just north of the town of Fort Davis, Davis Mountains State Park offers several great hikes and a few mountain bike rides. Camp at the park, stay in the Indian Lodge inside the park or in one of several options in townView Trails for Davis Mountains State Park, TX
Mountain biking, hiking, fishing and snow skiing opportunities are all available in the Ruidoso area. When you're done sweating, there's horse racing, casinos, great restaurants and shops. For a weekend or a week, this is a great get away location.View Trails for Ruidoso, NM