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The engagement made the Trail much safer for commerce, and gave those peaks their name - RABBIT EAR MOUNTAIN. There is currently one Wi-Fi Hotspot available at the Tourist Information Center, 1103 South First Street. 50,000 : Amarillo Texas (126.1 Miles) Nearest city with pop.
Before entering Northeastern New Mexico from one of the four adjoining states, the Rabbit Ear Mountains stand out like sentinels, visible from a distance of forty to fifty miles away. The portion of the trail here near Clayton was in the heart of the land of the Indian.
Upon determining the name of these peaks from their highway maps, tourists immediately ask the question about these first foot hills of the Rockies "Why do the call it Rabbit Ears". Indian scouts could watch the slow progress of the westbound wagon trains from the top of these two mountains from one, to possibly three or four days depending on where the wagons were pulled by horses and mules or slow plodding oxen.
Chief Rabbit Ear and his braves began raiding these wagon trains, as they invaded his hunting and camping grounds.
No doubt ambushing them as they attempted the crossings on the Corrumpa and Seneca Creeks and the tributaries.
Camping includes 32 cabins featuring 2 queen beds, newly remodeled. Stall rates are $20/horse and current negative coggins is required. If no answer at the barn, please call De Ann Savell at 409 719-8154.