Guadalupe Mountains National Park – The area adjacent to each other in New Mexico and Texas is truly gorgeous, especially during sunset and sunrise. The San Andreas Mountains can be seen in the West and Guadalupe Mountains in the East. I passed by Guadalupe National Park due to having limited time. Basically, everything in this park requires hiking and 3 different biomes can be seen but all require long hikes. There is a $5 entry fee for hiking but none for passing by so I took pictures as I drove along. This park is pretty small and has roads driveable in 5 minutes. Do not stop by unless you expect to hike for more than an hour or two. As shown by the photos below, this park is mainly the peak with many trails to getting there. As this park very small, this is not much to discuss.