High Plains

The High Plains are in the northern Texas Panhandle.

Longhorn cattle near Palo Duro Canyon

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Map of High Plains

  • 35.199166666667-101.845277777781 Amarillo – The largest city in the region, Amarillo typifies everything that is Texas as it exists in the popular imagination, but offers some surprises beyond the rodeos, cowboy culture, and oversized food items.
  • 35.662777777778-101.401666666671 Borger preserves some vestiges of the early 20th century Panhandle oil rush.
  • 34.979444444444-101.925833333331 Canyon – A university town which is the gateway to Palo Duro Canyon.
  • 34.9364-100.8911 Clarendon – Home of the region’s oldest college.
  • 36.060833333333-102.518611111111 Dalhart – Convenient stopover for skiers on their way to the slopes of North Central New Mexico and Colorado.
  • 35.639722222222-101.600833333331 Fritch – A small town which is the gateway to the Alibates Flint Quarries and Lake Meredith National Recreation Area.
  • 34.8219-102.3991 Hereford – The heart of High Plains cattle territory.
  • 35.5431-100.9651 Pampa – The region’s second largest city is an industrial hub for the eastern High Plains.
  • 35.3475-101.3821 Panhandle – An small train depot town with the charming Square House museum.

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