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MOORES PEAK. Moores Peak, also known as Moore Peak, stands six miles west of Kingsland in eastern Llano County (at 30°40' N, 98°32' W). At an elevation of 1,300 feet, the summit rises 225 feet above U.S. Highway 71. Local topography ranges from flat to rolling to steep; the terrain is covered with soils ranging from shallow and stony to sandy and clay loams. Vegetation consists primarily of open stands of live oak and Ashe juniper.

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Handbook of Texas Online, "Moores Peak," accessed October 25, 2016,

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