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Wimberley, Texas: Subdivision Prayer Mountain

There are hills in a lot of subdivisions, but this one offers its own parking lot and a series of outdoor staircases to the top. Currently named Prayer Mountain, formerly Mount Baldy and before that, Mount Edith.

La Toya Circle, Wimberley, TX
From Hwy 12 in Wimberley drive north, then turn left (west) at the stoplight onto FM 2325. Drive a little over a mile. Turn right at the flagpoles onto Woodcreek Drive, then make first right onto El Camino Real. When the street ends, turn right at the stop sign onto La Toya Trail. Drive just under a quarter of a mile, make a left onto La Toya Circle, then a quick right onto a paved road (it looks like a driveway), up the hill, past a private residence, to a parking area at the base of the mountain.
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Subdivision Prayer Mountain

Great view from Prayer Mountain! Great breeze.

[Sunny B Sunshine, 06/09/2021]

Stairs on the mountain.

Prayer Mountain

You can climb a long, steep set of steps, flanked by chain guardrails, to the top of Prayer Mountain.

[christy lasalle, 08/04/2020]

Prayer Mountain, notable for being in the middle of a subdivision, was formerly named Mount Baldy and, before that, Mount Edith.

Prayer Mountain.

Prayer Mountain

Mount Baldy juts up out of the Woodcreek subdivision. A series of outdoor staircases leads from its parking area to the summit. Several years ago the congregation of Trinity Church purchased Mount Baldy and renamed it Prayer Mountain, although the public is still welcome. From the top you can see the Wimberley Valley and another large hill, just across Hwy 2325. In 1900 both were purchased by the Lowery family and were named for their daughters, Edith and Edna. Mount Baldy was originally Edith.

[Phil, 08/03/2015]

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