HUGO MOUNTAIN. Hugo Mountain is a peak five miles southwest of Wimberley and eleven miles northwest of San Marcos in southwestern Hays County (at 29°56' N, 98°09' W). Its summit rises 1,325 feet above sea level. The mountain stands in a portion of the Edwards Plateau characterized by flat to hilly terrain with deep local dissection and steep slopes. Area vegetation consists primarily of grasses, oak, juniper, and some mesquite growing in shallow, stony, clay loam soils.
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