KING'S MOUNTAIN. King's Mountain, also known as Kings or King Mountain, stands one mile north of Esbon in extreme western Llano County (at 30°49' N, 98°57' W). At an elevation of 1,672 feet, the summit rises 160 feet above the surrounding terrain. Local topography is flat to rolling, locally dissected, and covered with soils ranging from sandy to clay loams that support open stands of live oak and mesquite.
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