Nice page. The summit looks quiet unique and looks to have a great view on top.
Thanks for the vote!
Good to see this on the site. I've always wanted to go there.
Thanks for the vote, Alan. This is a great winter crag, so you should come down when things cool down a bit.
Nice page. Could use more photos if you got 'em.
Nice addition. The page is informative and well written.
Great page but you might want to mention that the link in Mountain Conditions is also a link for camping, or you might want to put another link to it in the Camping Section.
Didn't know Texas had granite domes. Very cool. Hope to get there someday.
Thanks for the vote.
I always appreciate when SPers reveal climbing and hiking gems in parts of the country where you'd expect to find only farmland and cows. Kudos!
Very nice page. Those formations are fun to climb. As you say, similar to the formations in Georgia and North Carolina.
Arabia Mountain and Panola Mountain in Georgia are also of this type, but not as large--only 100 to 200 feet vertical.
Nice page... looks like a great spot.
Nice page. I had no idea Texas had big granite domes like this. I've climbed Stone Mountain NC and Stone Mountain GA, but never heard of this one. By the way, one geological correction: Enchanted Rock is a batholith, not a blathosphere. There's no such thing as a blathosphere as far as my geologist wife knows.
Looks like some really impressive friction climbing. I may have to swallow my pride and pay a visit to Texas after all ;-)
Thanks for the geologic correction. Yes, there is plenty of friction climbing to be had here. Enjoy.
Sarah, I'm "fixin'" to go to south Texas and hope to swing by this area, so I was delighted to see the page. I did notice that the the links at the end are mostly dead, though--I'll find the info, but you might want to fix when you get a chance.
Thanks for letting me know, I'll take a look.
It is 'state natural area'.