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GRANITE KNOB. Granite Knob is a prominent, isolated intrusion of granite two miles northeast of Click in southeastern Llano County (at 30°35' N, 98°33' W). Its summit, at an elevation of 1,316 feet above sea level, rises 240 feet above the surrounding area. It stands in an area of the Llano basin characterized by rolling to steep terrain, surfaced by shallow, stony soils that support open stands of live oak and mesquite.

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