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Texas has three distinct landforms:

  1. Gulf Coastal Plains to the east.
  2. The Western Plains in the center of the State.
  3. The extension of the Guadalupe Mountains to the west.

Most of the texan caves are located in the center, especially in the Balcones Escarpment the edge of the Edwards Plateau near Austin and San Antonio.

Texas has seven show caves. Six of them are located between San Antonio and Austin within day-trip range. Only the Cavern of Sonora lies 275km west of San Antonio. The area around Austin is called Hill Country.

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