Wow looks like a really cool place... didn't know that Oklahoma has places like this. Some great photos too. Nice work...
Excellent page, with many great photos. I enjoyed reading about the history of this area--both human and natural.
What a gorgeous locale! You're right, I had no idea such a place exists in Oklahoma.
Great page! Thanks for adding.
You wanna go climbing this weekend? I may want to go to the Narrows and take some photos for a Narrows page.
Pretty good page. Could use a shot of Granite Mountain from base to top to identify what actually is being climbed. Other than that, good job. I need to visit this area of Oklahoma at some point.
Another cool page about these granite peaks in Oklahoma. Great educational stuff! I didn't know much about these mountains until I read about them here at summitpost.
Great page! I'm going to have to spend a little bit more time in that side of the Wichitas.
I see that you've done Twin Rocks. Are you planning on adding a page? This page would complete the six Charon's Garden 2000 foot peaks. I'm going to try and climb Granite and Twin Rocks in October, and who knows what I'll do before then, but if you want it the page is all yours.
Hey, I was wondering if I could use your getting there section on my Charons Garden Mountain page (with credit given)?
This is great information... thanks for putting the effort into sharing this with us. Cheers!
Fantastic page. I really enjoy reading about this "obscure" stuff you manage to come up with in the most unlikely and seemingly unexotic places. But, there is mystery and beauty everywhere.
Great page again. Thanks for posting
Rugged and beautiful area aptly represented by ATTM with his usual great writing and photos. Nicely done!
This is great page. Can't wait to see more on mountains of Okalahoma and Arkansas.
Exciting page because I had no idea the mtns. of Oklahoma were so extensive. Reminds me of the kind of landscape lots of Westerns were filmed in. They probably used the Alabama hills in front of Whitney. But the big granite boulders here are real similar.
You said that I should watch for this one back in Feb on my Granite page. You deserve a for this effort.
Good work, nice page. Cheers William