|Best months for climbing:||Feb, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov|
|Year first climbed:||?|
|First successful climber(s):||Native Americans (probably Comanche)|
|Nearest major airport:||Austin|
Thanks to David Meyer for adding this peak.
A large, solid, granite dome a lot like Stone Mountain in Georgia. This dome is very versatile, with many optional routes varying from a walk up to a hard climb up. There are also other hills around it which provide some challenge. Enchanted Rock is part of Enchanted Rock State Park, and it is the second largest dome in the nation, behind Stone Mountain in Georgia.
Thanks to David Meyer for this description.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 5 trip reports for Enchanted Rock.
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- Log #14794 - by
Brent on June 13, 2004Beautiful park! Great place to hike and camp!
- Log #14795 - by David Kowalski on Sep 21, 2001Walked up the south end to the summit and walked/climbed down the north end thru a maze of granite boulders. I was told that there was an Indian battle amoung these boulders. A very scenic and...
- Log #14796 - by Charlie Taylor on Aug 24, 2000James Crump turned me on to the "local" playground several years ago. Have enjoyed many, MANY, fine times there. What's cool is that its close (4 hours) and you can climb the easy scenic...
- Log #14797 - by etienne kossovsky on July 11, 2000A great and long walk around from Boston Bassin along two other faces, than a steep acees in snow/ice to the butress plus a long climb in wild terrain. Bivouac on a superb plattform under the summit,...
- Log #14798 - by David Meyer on July 10, 2000Gets very hot in summer, and very cold in winter. Check weather forecasts. Is very slick during rain. Also has a neat cave to go through at the top, but don't try unless your fairly skinny and like...