Madrid House via Los Hermanos Trailhead

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Big Bend Ranch State Park

Madrid House via Los Hermanos Trailhead is a 9 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Presidio, Texas that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and camping.

Length9.0 miElevation gain1,335 ftRoute typePoint to point
CampingHikingRunningViewsWaterfallRockyNo shadeNo dogs
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Arnoldo Gomez
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Hiked this trail on the job since 1986. Nice trail. Bring plenty of water. Get out and hike!

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Andrew Kopecki
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Great day hike, a lot of elevation variation. No shade and limited water though so come prepared... it is the desert after all.

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Julie Parks
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Mountain biking

Surprised there are not more of the trails on here. Next time I'm there, I will record. I love it down here!!

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Jack Tatsch
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OHV/Off-road driving
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Big Bend Ranch State Park is probably Texas' largest state park. It covers much of the area between Presidio and the Big Bend National Park. Miles and miles of 4X4 roads, as well as hiking trails are there. A word of caution: You need 8 ply or better tires on your vehicle as the terrain is quite rocky. The park is referred to as "The other side of nowhere". Very remote.