Chiricahua National Monument is an 18-square-mile area built up by volcanic eruptions about 27 million years ago, located at the intersection of the Chihuahan and Sonoran Deserts, and the southern Rocky Mountains and northern Sierra Madre.
Official NPS site. Information for visitors and background on the geology and biology of the Chiricahua Mountains, one of Arizona's "sky island" ranges.
A guide to this southeastern Arizona's Chiricahua National Monument at the intersection of the Chihuahuan and Sonoran deserts, features color photos, hiking geology, camping, nearby attractions.
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