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SUGAR LOAF MOUNTAIN
SUGAR LOAF MOUNTAIN. Sugar Loaf Mountain is three miles south of U.S. Highway 385, between Table Top Mountain and Southwest Mesa, seven miles southeast of McCamey in south central Upton County (at 31°06' N, 102°06' W). The summit rises to a height of 2,957 feet. Sugar Loaf Mountain is composed of limestone and a dolomite substrate with generally shallow and stony soil. Oak, juniper, and some mesquite grow on the mountain.
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