SPRING GAP MOUNTAINS
SPRING GAP MOUNTAINS. Spring Gap Mountains, also known as Bald Eagle and Spring Mesa, are ten miles southeast of Baird in southeast central Callahan County (centered at 32°16' N, 99°17' W). The average elevation of its summits is 2,120 feet, 420 feet above Farm Road 2228 to the immediate north of the range.
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