Mountain heights across southern Arizona

Mountain heights across southern Arizona
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - We have showed you the mountain ranges across southern Arizona and how we in the weather department "use" them. We also informed you on how far the ranges are from downtown Tucson. Now we will tell you the heights of the ranges and the highest peak in each range.

Pinaleno
Mount Graham   10,720' (Highest peak in southern Arizona)
Hawk Peak   10,627'
Plain View Peak   10,370'
(Four total peaks above 10,000' no other mountain in southern Arizona exceed 10,000 feet)

Chiricahua
Chiricahua Peak   9,759'
Fly's Peak   9,666'

Huachuca
Miller Peak   9,466'
Carr Peak   9,229'
Ramsey Peak   8,737'

Santa Rita
Mount Wrightson   9,453' (Highest peak visible from Tucson)
Mount Ian   9,146'
Peak 8853   8,853'
Mount Hopkins   8,550'

Santa Catalina
Mount Lemmon   9,157'
Pusch Ridge Peak   9,003'
Mount Bigelow   8,523'

Rincon
Mica Mountain   8,664'
Spud Rock   8,616'
Rincon Peak   8,482'

Baboquivari
Baboquivari Peak   7,730'

Whetstone
Apache Peak   7,711'
French Joe Peak   7,675'
Granite Peak   7,403'

Galiuro
Bassett Peak   7,663'
Kennedy Peak   7,549'
Peak 7490   7,490'

Dragoon
Mount Glenn   7,520
Peak 7155   7,155'
Black Diamond   7,146'

Mule
Fissure Peak   7,375'
Mount Ballard   7,370'
Peak 7161   7,170'

Patagonia
Mount Washingon   7,221'
Sierra San Antonio   7,218'
Red Mountain   6,373'

Quinlan
Kitt Peak   6,883'

Sierrita
Keystone Peak   6,188'

Tortolita
High Point   4,696'
Benchmark   4,651'

Tucson
Wasson Peak   4,687'
Amole Peak   4,422'
Golden Gate Mountain   4,288'

Picacho
Newman Peak   4,482'
Picacho Peak   3,370'
Peak 3180   3,180'

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