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036 Big Bend Map Study – Primitive Campsites and Campgrounds

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Posted by on January 2, 2015
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Bob Ward

Fiction author with a zest for adventure travel. Blogs, tweets, videos, and pins for research and fun. He also hosts Ward's Adventure Travel Research & Trip Journal, a weekly podcast available on EFN, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, and more.

During this podcast episode, dad and I discuss Big Bend National Park primitive campsites for backpackers, as well as the Chisos Basin campground. The campground seems like a sensible option for backpackers, and dad and I plan to reserve a site to use as a base camp during our visit. On any given night, we will then decide whether to camp out at a remote (“primitive”) backpacking site or just stay at the campground. It will depend on what hikes we decide to take. At the present moment, we are considering the following hikes:

  1. South Rim Loop
  2. Lost Mine Trail
  3. Emory Peak Trail
  4. Window Trail
  5. Santa Elena Canyon Trail
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2 Responses to 036 Big Bend Map Study – Primitive Campsites and Campgrounds

  1. Jeff Stoehler

    I just listened to Episode 30b and I loved it. I download every episode and listen to it no matter what you guys are talking about. I am one of those listeners who would listen to you guys talk about anything….even marriage counciling!!lol! My favorite episodes are the ones out in the field. Keep up the good work!

  2. Bob Ward

    We can sprinkle in as much marital advice as we want now that our wives quit listening to the podcast…

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