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North Chiricahua Mountains & Chiricahua National Monument
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Official Forest Service map of the North Chiricahua Mountains & Chiricahua National Monument featuring a high point of 9,759 at Chiricahua Peak.

Year - 1999
Topo (Contour) Lines – Yes
Relief Shading - No
Material - Plastic
Double Sided - Yes

While not the highest mountains in southeast Arizona, the Chiricahua Mountains are the most massive. Explosive volcanism and continental uplifting 50 to 75 million years ago formed the mountains of this region. Further periods of volcanic activity and long-term erosion shaped the Chiricahua’s into what they are today. Volcanic outflows combined with ash and dust to form "welded tuff". Time has weathered this material into unique pinnacles, balanced rocks, and caves now found in these mountains.

  • Includes Chiricahua National Monument.
  • Waterproof and tear resistant material
  • Highlights recreation opportunities such as trails, campground, boat launches, and more
  • Includes official US Forest Service district office contact information to check local conditions as well as township and range section numbers
  • Land ownership boundaries (federal, state, private) are color coded
  • Printed in the U.S.A.

Our Price: $14.00
Folded Dimensions: (L" x W" x D") 9 x 4 x .25
Unfolded Dimensions: (L" x W") 44 x 36
Map Scale: 1/2"= 1 Mile (1:126,720)

Quantity in Stock:229