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I've been to Capote Falls twice, but it's on private property and you have to get permission from the landowner.It's a beautiful, pristine spot, and is said to be the highest waterfall in Texas.Sorry, no pictures.
they REALLY need to make a waterfall list for texas
I understand a recent land purchase by the state will take in part of Capote Peak, but not the falls area. Any wind of the falls being added at some future date?
Quote from: "01ACRViper"they REALLY need to make a waterfall list for texasI had a Texas Waterfalls website as a hot button at one time but then I changed offices and lost it. It was really neat because it listed GPS points for d*mned near every teeny-tiny waterfall in Texas along with commentary on whether it was on public/private land and whether it was continuously running or not. There were hundreds in it's list. I think it was part of a Texas waterfall enthusiasts club or something.I'll see if I can't dig that back up.
Really nice picture Richard..can you give map coordinates to this location :?:
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