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A BioDiverse Haven for Hunting and More: Texas Acres Near the Guadalupe Mountain Range

Scenic View Of Mountains Against Clear Sky

Becoming a Texas landowner means more than just owning a piece of land. Texas has a mythology all on its own. Over generations, Texas has become a place known for its vast landscapes, opportunities, and take no b.s attitude. Here at Lone Star Investments, we have been connecting people—Texas residents and Texas lovers alike— with the right plot of land for their off-the-grid dreams. Whether they are hunters, do-it-yourself-campers, or off-the-grid enthusiasts, our Texas acres have provided people the opportunity to live out their dreams. One of our recent acquisitions here includes land that is in the vicinity of the grand Guadalupe Mountains. 

So what do we know about this terrific mountain range? 

Let’s have a look. 

Texas Acreage in the Presence of Awe-Inspiring Mountain Ranges

Texas land has a lot to offer. The Southwestern part of Texas is a whole other ballgame when it comes to breath-taking landscapes. The Guadalupe mountain range expands from West Texas and into New Mexico. It is a famous and beloved spot for cave dwellers and explorers, given the many miles of well-preserved caves that have formed thanks to this mountain range. It extends from Hudspeth and Culberson counties. The highest peak of the mountain is within the National Park. 

The Guadalupe National Park 

One of the country’s most exceptional National Parks is home to this mountain range and comprises 76,293 acres. These peaks began about 250 million years ago when decaying marine organisms deposited lime along the basin. This is why so many caves formed around the mountain range. Erosion wore away the sedimentary rock and exposed the limestone of the reef. The park includes a part of the Chihuahuan Desert and has a wild blend of native animals and plants found throughout the Rocky Mountains, Mexico, and the Eastern United States. 

People can see ancient hunter-gather pictographs and cooking pits. The Apaches claimed the territory and used it as their stronghold before they were driven from the lands. 

Plants Found in the Wild Texas Lands 

This area of the state is home to a wild array of desert plants and trees. This desert community is diverse, wild, and one-of-a-kind. Its biological diversity is part of the charm! This land is the home of about 289 species of birds and 55 species of reptiles. 

Some of the most commonly seen plants include:

  • Prickly pear cacti
  • Walking-stick chollas
  • Ocotillo 
  • Succulents 
  • Wildflowers 

Plants that grow in this area are fighters. It’s not easy to survive this climate, so let’s just say these beautiful plants have some of that Texas grit. These guys can survive the arid temperatures and the rugged landscapes. 

Commonly spotted native animals include:

People have the mistaken idea that the desert is a barren landscape with little going on and no wildlife. This could not be further from the truth. The desert houses an incredibly diverse world of critters and plants. Common animals in this region include:

  • Kitfox
  • Coyotes 
  • Mountain lions
  • Bobcat
  • Badgers 
  • Geckos 
  • Mule deers
  • Javelinas 
  • Jackrabbits 
  • Elk 
  • Black bears

The Guadalupe Peak 

The Guadalupe Peaks is the Highest Peak in Texas. Surrounding this great peak are thousands of acres of breath-taking diversity, beauty, and adventure opportunities. Thrill-seekers from all over the nation find themselves seeking adventures here. 

Other Epic Texas Mountains

While we’re on the topic of Texas peaks, the Guadalupe Mountains are not the only mountains to be found in the Lone Star State. So let’s take a quick peek at the others:

El Capitan: Another mountain peak within the Guadalupe range is the famous El Capitan (not to be confused with the one in Yosemite). This summit lies a harrowing 8,064 feet above the ground. This is the 8th highest mountain in Texas. 

Bush Mountain: Also part of the Guadalupe Mountains this tall peak goes up to 8,631 feet. 

Emory Peak: This is a little further out in Big Bend. This 7,825 is part of the Chisos mountains. 

Sierra Blanca: Another Texas favorite is the volcanic peaks of Hudspeth County also known as the Sierra Blanca. These peaks go up to 6,891 ft and overlook the incredible landscapes of white poppies. 

Find Your Acres with Lone Star Investments 

These desert lands have an abundance of life. We have been helping adventure-seekers find the acres that fit their vision and their life. Some of our acres surround the beautiful lands near the Guadalupe Mountains in Texas. If you want to claim part of this beauty to cherish it for generations to come, call us today.