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Arizona Wilderness High Points

Showing Gordon MacLeod's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (30 out of 89, or 33.71%)

RankWildernessPeak Elev-M Range (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.KofaSignal Peak1487Southwest Basins and Ranges1962-10-21
2.Baboquivari PeakBaboquivari Peak2357Southwest Basins and Ranges1964-11-27
3.Organ Pipe CactusMount Ajo1465Southwest Basins and Ranges1964-12-26
4.Kachina PeaksHumphreys Peak3851Colorado Plateau1965-05-22
5.Mount TiptonMount Tipton2179Southwest Basins and Ranges1972-02-27
6.Woolsey PeakWoolsey Peak967Southwest Basins and Ranges1981-12-29
7.Table TopTable Top1333Southwest Basins and Ranges1981-12-31
8.Mount WilsonMount Wilson1660Southwest Basins and Ranges1987-03-28
9.Granite MountainGranite Mountain2324Southwest Basins and Ranges1988-03-25
10.Mount WrightsonMount Wrightson2881Southwest Basins and Ranges1988-04-26
11.Miller PeakMiller Peak2885Southwest Basins and Ranges1988-04-29
12.Kendrick MountainKendrick Peak3175Colorado Plateau1988-05-29
13.Juniper MesaJuniper Mesa2158Southwest Basins and Ranges1988-11-03
14.GaliuroBassett Peak2336Southwest Basins and Ranges1989-03-21
15.PaiuteMount Bangs2442Great Basin Ranges1989-04-13
16.Mount TrumbullMount Trumbull2447Colorado Plateau1989-04-14
17.ChiricahuaChiricahua Peak2975Southwest Basins and Ranges1989-09-28
18.Sierra AnchaAztec Peak2362Southwest Basins and Ranges1989-11-24
19.Coyote MountainsCoyote Mountain1990Southwest Basins and Ranges1990-02-12
20.MazatzalMazatzal Peak2409Southwest Basins and Ranges1990-04-27
21.Mount BaldyMount Baldy-North Peak3475Colorado Plateau1990-06-22
22.EscudillaEscudilla Mountain3326Colorado Plateau1990-06-26
23.SaguaroMica Mountain2641Southwest Basins and Ranges1990-11-15
24.Four PeaksBrowns Peak2334Southwest Basins and Ranges1998-06-07
25.WoodchuteWoodchute Mountain2390Southwest Basins and Ranges2002-09-29
26.Peloncillo MountainsNorth Peloncillo High Point1987Southwest Basins and Ranges2002-10-03
27.Santa TeresaPinnacle Ridge2301Southwest Basins and Ranges2002-10-06
28.Pine MountainPine Mountain2077Southwest Basins and Ranges2003-04-19
29.Red Rock-Secret MountainEast Pocket Knob2193Colorado Plateau2005-07-01
30.Munds MountainMunds Mountain2083Colorado Plateau2009-06-02
 Castle CreekJuniper Ridge2179Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Grand Wash CliffsHudson Point2039Colorado Plateau 
 Cedar BenchTule Mesa2035Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Cedar Bench or Squaw Peak1989Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Strawberry CraterPeak 66532028Colorado Plateau 
 FishhooksGila Peak2021Colorado Plateau 
 Cottonwood PointCottonwood Point Wilderness High Point2006Colorado Plateau 
 SalomeHopkins Mountain1994Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 West Clear CreekWest Clear Creek Wilderness Boundary2134Colorado Plateau 
 Kanab CreekKanab Creek Wilderness High Point2134Colorado Plateau 
 Apache CreekPeak 69732125Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Fossil SpringsFossil Springs Wilderness High Point2085Colorado Plateau 
 Paria Canyon-Vermilion CliffsMar Benchmark2242Colorado Plateau 
 Sycamore CanyonHog Hill2207Colorado Plateau 
 Wabayuma PeakWabayuma Peak2317Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Chiricahua National MonumentSouth Timber Mountain2385Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Rincon MountainWrong Mountain-South Peak2370Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Mount LoganMount Logan2398Colorado Plateau 
 Dos Cabezas MountainsCooper Peak2423Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Saddle MountainSaddle Mountain Wilderness High Point2780Colorado Plateau 
 Bear WallowBear Wallow Wilderness High Point2762Colorado Plateau 
 Pusch RidgePusch Ridge Wilderness High Point2743Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 HellsgateHorse Mountain1963Colorado Plateau 
 Wet BeaverWet Beaver Wilderness High Point1945Colorado Plateau 
 SuperstitionMound Mountain1910Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Redfield CanyonRedfield Canyon Wilderness High Point1902Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Petrified ForestPilot Rock1900Colorado Plateau 
 North Santa TeresaJackson Mountain1795Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Harquahala MountainsHarquahala Wilderness High Point1719Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Mount NuttNutt Benchmark1590Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Harcuvar MountainsPeak 51351565Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 PajaritaPeak 50401536Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Upper Burro CreekNegro Ed1516Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Aravaipa CanyonAravaipa Canyon Wilderness High Point1500Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Salt River CanyonJump Benchmark1487Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Arrastra MountainArrastra Mountain1465Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Hassayampa River CanyonPeak 45201378Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Needle's EyeNeedles Eye Wilderness High Point1366Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Warm SpringsPeak 43601329Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Tres AlamosTres Alamos1309Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Sierra EstrellaMontezuma Peak-Northwest Summit1256Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 White CanyonPeak 40531235Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Rawhide MountainsBuckskin Benchmark1197Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Hells CanyonPeak 36511113Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 New Water MountainsBlack Mesa1109Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Big Horn MountainsBig Horn Peak1061Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Hummingbird SpringsSugarloaf Mountain1042Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Eagletail MountainsEagletail Peak1006Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Cabeza PrietaGro Benchmark1004Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 South Maricopa MountainsMaricopa Mountains High Point997Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Aubrey PeakPeak 3132955Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 North Maricopa MountainsPeak 2813857Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 HavasuPowell Peak716Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Signal MountainSignal Mountain665Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Gibraltar MountainPeak 2113644Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Trigo MountainPeak 1920585Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 SwanseaSwansea Wilderness High Point581Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Muggins MountainKlothos Temple507Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 East Cactus PlainPeak 1654504Southwest Basins and Ranges 
 Imperial RefugePeak 1085331Southwest Basins and Ranges 

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List Description

Wilderness areas are large tracts of land where resource extraction, roads, structures, and motors of any kind are forbidden. The only intrusion of man permitted is foot travel and low-impact camping. They represent the last sanctuaries of the primeval world left in our developed country, and most of them are in the high mountains.

Note that the boundaries of many Wilderness Areas are indistinct and not always shown accurately on topographic maps. In addition, many Wilderness high points are "liners" or "slope points" located where a boundary is excluding a summit area that has road or tower development. So finding the exact point for many of these summits may be difficult, and being sure of reaching them may require independent research.


Thanks to Ken Jones, who performed a herculean labor in researching and locating many of the more obscure high point for this list.


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