Guadalupe Mountains


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Gua·da·lupe Mountains

 (gwŏd′l-o͞op′, gwŏd′l-o͞o′pē)
A mountain range of southern New Mexico and western Texas rising to Guadalupe Peak, 2,667 m (8,749 ft) high, in Texas.

Gua′dalupe Moun′tains


n.pl.
a mountain range in S New Mexico and SW Texas, part of the Sacramento Mountains. Highest peak, 8751 ft. (2667 m).
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Noun1.Guadalupe Mountains - a mountain range in southern New Mexico and western TexasGuadalupe Mountains - a mountain range in southern New Mexico and western Texas; the southern extension of the Sacramento Mountains
Land of Enchantment, New Mexico, NM - a state in southwestern United States on the Mexican border
Lone-Star State, Texas, TX - the second largest state; located in southwestern United States on the Gulf of Mexico
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At Guadalupe Mountains National Park, a voicemail recording notes that the visitor center will be "closed during the government shutdown.
For the best views of the state's striking landscape, head to Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
National park units across the nation, including Guadalupe Mountains National Park, are inviting public input on possible fee increases proposed for 2018.
Botanists first discovered the Guadalupe fescue in 1931 in lush McKittrick Canyon in the Guadalupe Mountains of West Texas, an area that became a national park 41 years later.
He overcame a fear of tight spaces and heights, learned to climb rope, and explored vertical caves in the Guadalupe Mountains of western Texas and southeastern New Mexico, including Lechuguilla Cave.
The tale of the lost gold mine in the Guadalupe Mountains of New Mexico (1) begins with a converted Indian from Tabira that, in the 17thcentury, guided a Spanish captain to a wonderful deposit of gold ore.
Major Apache bands had been; Jicarilla in northern New Mexico, Mescalero in the Guadalupe Mountains of southern New Mexico and Warm Springs Band on the Arizona-New Mexico border.
hemionus) also consumed agave (Agave lechugilla) in Big Bend National Park (Leopold and Krausman, 1987) and in the Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico (Anderson et al.
When the government shut down in 1995, I was working as a seasonal ranger in Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas.
1999: Trends in populations of mountain lion in Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mountains National Parks.
Washington, August 14 (ANI): Rocks from the fossil Permian Reef in the Guadalupe Mountains of West Texas are revealing secrets about changes in sea level and marine life 265 million years ago, according to two Texas A and M University researchers.