SANTA ANNA MOUNTAINS
SANTA ANNA MOUNTAINS. The Santa Anna Mountains are a two-mile range just north of Santa Anna in eastern Coleman County (at 31°45' N, 99°20' W). The higher peak reaches 2,000 feet above sea level. Several quarries have been located on the mountains, notably a long-productive silica mine. The shallow clay and rocky surface of the mountains supports scrub and wild upland plants.
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