Sports and wellness go hand in hand in Texas. After a day of horseback riding or hiking you can enjoy the quiet farm life on the porch of the ranch or relax in your own Western cabin. Some ranches even have extensive spa facilities. Take a cooling dip in the pool or enjoy a wonderful massage. Texas is also the right place for other sporting activities. In particular, the outdoor sports options are limitless here. Hiking, climbing, mountain biking, windboarding, swimming and kayaking; it’s all possible here.
According to Ehotelat, Texas is the perfect place to go Western riding and explore the area like a real cowboy on horseback. Equestrian sport is also very popular on a professional level. Rodeo has been the state’s official sport since 1977. Rodeo grew from small competitions between cowboys during the annual roundup, to major official rodeo events such as bareback, calf roping, saddle bronc, barrel racing, bull riding and steer wrestling. The official Texas rodeo team is called the DzGhost Ridersdz and has been around since 2007. Put on your cowboy boots, put on your Western hat and visit one of these rodeo events for the real cowboy experience.
Hiking is best in the two Texas National Parks. The Big Bend National Park and Guadalupe Mountains National Park are home to many beautiful passes, which reveal the secrets of the parks.
Texas also offers many beautiful hiking trails through the vast landscapes outside the national parks. In addition, there are many water activities in Texas, such as swimming pools and water parks with dozens of slides for endless water fun. In some places you can even sail down the river in a large inflatable tire Dztubenddz. Fun guaranteed! Sports enthusiasts can go kiteboarding or windsurfing on the Gulf of Mexico. Do you want to relax? Then visit a natural water source.
With the amount of sunshine hours, the Texan climate is ideal for a round of golf. From perfectly manicured emerald greens to coarse greens with the occasional cactus to make it just that little bit more difficult; Texas offers a huge variety of golf courses. In fact, with more than 750 golf courses, you’ll find some of the world’s best golf courses here. These professional golf courses are often designed by top professionals and are suitable for both beginners and advanced players.
Would you rather watch sports? In Texas you have a wide choice of professional sports. There are several prestigious golf events such as the HP Byron Nelson Championship. Texas also has two great football teams, both of which play in colossal stadiums, which are definitely worth a visit. The Cowboy Stadium with the world’s largest HD video display is particularly impressive. In addition, there are three professional basketball teams in San Antonio, Houston and Dallas. There are professional baseball teams and soccer teams in Texas and there is even an ice hockey team! Furthermore, a huge circuit has been built in Austin, this is the only Formula 1 race in the United States. Also America’s most popular motorsport; NASCAR is located inTexas. For this you can visit the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.
Palo Duro Canyon
The Panhandle is full of natural wonders, each with its own colorful show. To begin your trip to this region, strap on your hiking boots for an adventure through the red-striped wonderland that is Palo Duro Canyon. Known to some as Texas’ Grand Canyon, it stretches for 195 miles between Canyon and Silverton, measuring 20 miles wide in places and 20 miles wide and 150 yards deep. The best way to explore the canyon is on foot, by mountain bike or on a horseback ride. In summer it is fun to attend the Texas Outdoor Musical. This is performed daily – with the exception of Mondays – in the Pioneer Amphitheater in the park. Look at the challenges and victories of the first inhabitants. This show is fun for the whole family and is packed with singing, dancing,
Oh yes, one last tip for this special canyon, did you know that there are five different campgrounds in Palo Duro where you can stay overnight? At the bottom of the canyon next to your camper, enjoy the most beautiful colors during the sunset. You can’t go into the Grand Canyon. just saying.
South of Palo Duro, the Caprock Canyons State Park & Trailway stretches along the magnificent Caprock Escarpment. This long, rocky formation pierces the landscape, connecting the high and low plains. The multicolored rock formations peak up to 300 meters and after rainy periods in the spring and summer, the landscape is covered with blankets of grass and wild flowers. The canyons are home to deer, coyotes, bobcats, antelope, foxes, raccoons, and rabbits, while Mexican free-tailed bats hang out in the Trailway’s Clarity Tunnel. But the most special inhabitants of Caprock are the buffalo. Here you will find the largest free-living herd of buffalo in Texas! Take a dip in Lake Theo or fish for bass, trout or catfish. And are you traveling with children? They will love the Junior Ranger program.