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This is just my own opinion, but if I was taking a first time visitor or someone who is not really into hiking to Big Bend, I would not take them in the summer. They will be hot and miserable and will never want to come back. If I really want to do some hiking in July, I'd head to the mountains in NM or CO where daytime highs are only in the 80's.
Thanks for all of the great stuff.Although all are correct about nicer July places, we're going to The Bend. Why?>Her curiosity finally got the better of her and she wants to know what I see in BiBe.>That's when we can go (she's a teacher in a summer school program and only gets some of July off).>We have an old friend who has kinda gone off-grid in the BiBe area.
We live in Liberty, Texas. Our sweltering summers here are somewhat similar to Cambodia. I had not thought about the reprieve from the humidity - that's how I will see this trip!
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