First known as Paso del Norte, where Spanish explorers first set foot in 1581 on their way from Mexico to the north, El Paso County has always been the gathering place for trade and travel throughout the Americas.  On a national scale it has been rated the third safest county in the nation, fourth for finest weather and first for the cultural diversity and kindliness of its people.

 

Mission Trail

Three stately adobe churches that remain as living testaments to the faith of our Spanish and Indian ancestors.

El Paso/Juarez Trolley Tours

Take this circular guided tour through Juarez, Chih. Mexico that lets you get off and reboard at several designated stops along the way.

Indian Cliffs Ranch and Cattleman’s Steakhouse

Visitors to this working ranch can enjoy hayrides, exotic animals and native American maze lake walk; rattle snake pit and donkey rides.

 

 

Fort Bliss

Founded for the purpose of regulating/securing the Guadalupe Treaty back in 1840’s. This military base is one of the largest employers in El Paso.  Visit the Ft. Bliss Museum and White Sands National Monument.

Viva El Paso

An outdoor stage presentation that depicts four centuries of El Paso history performed through music, dance, song, drama, and narration. 

El Paso Zoo

The El Paso Zoo exhibits more than 700 hundred animals of 175 species.

Wyler Aerial Tramway

The newly reopened tramway offers a view of 7,000 sq. miles, two countries, three state from the 5,632 ft. elevation at the southern edge of a Franklin Mountains.

Concordia Cemetery

Is a historical landmark, which includes the actual “Boot Hill” where a gunfighter and a lawyer, John Wesley Harding is buried.

 

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