1725 Harvey Mitchell Pkwy.
College Station, TEXAS 77840
First, thank you so much for taking your time to read this!
I was inquiring about Sugarloaf Mountain, which I assume you probably get a lot of questions about!
I am a professional photographer, and after seeing so many beautiful photos of the 'mountain' I'd love to be able to take a graduation photo session on the mountain, and just nature photos in general. I have heard that it is private property, and was wondering if there was protocol about this...Has anyone taken photos like this before? Plenty of A&M students go up there, I know, but I'd rather avoid a trespassing fine!
Thank you so much in advance for all your information!
Standard reply sent to Hallie Schwalm. Email forwarded to MCHC members and others interested in MC history.
Sugarloaf is privately owned and not open to the public.
(I assume this info was emailed to Ms Schwalm)
I read with interest your inquiry about Sugarloaf Mountain. I am a serious photographer, not a professional. I can tell you that Sugarloaf is a dream. The view from the top is awesome, primarily because of the view of the river and Faubion Bridge, located at the foot of Sugarloaf. As you know, the mountain is privately owned. Many visit it without permission, but they are clearly trespassing. If you want to visit it, you can get permission from Dave Cunningham, a relator in Hearne, Texas. Also, the view at the top is lovely. I took some wonderful photos of rock formations.
Milam County Historical Commission
Milam County, Texas
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