BRADY MOUNTAINS. The Brady Mountains extend from west to east across Concho and McCulloch counties (their center point is 31°16' N, 99°35' W). The highest elevation in these mountains is 2,021 feet above sea level. The surrounding terrain is flat to rolling and surfaced by shallow, stony soils or clay loams that support oak, juniper, mesquite, and grasses.
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