List of highest points in Arizona by county facts for kids
This is a list of highest points in the U.S. state of Arizona, in alphabetical order by county. Elevations are from USGS 1:24,000 scale topographic quadrangle maps. Elevations followed by a plus sign (+) are minimal values. The contour interval is shown after the (+).
Robert Walko listed the Arizona county high points and then hiked them in 1977. At that time there were only 14 counties in the state, as La Paz county was not split from Yuma county until 1983.
feet / m
|Apache||Mount Baldy||11,400+40 / 3,475+12||Mount Baldy 1997|
|Cochise||Chiricahua Peak||9,759 / 2,975||Chiricahua Peak 1997|
|Coconino||Humphreys Peak||12,633 / 3,851||Humphreys Peak 1983|
|Gila||county line near Promontory Butte||7,920+40 / 2,414+12||Promontory Butte 1998|
|Gila||county line near Myrtle Point||7,920+40 / 2,414+12||Dane Canyon 2004|
|Graham||Mount Graham||10,720 / 3,267||Mount Graham 1996|
|Greenlee||spot elevation 9,441||9,441 / 2,878||Strayhorse 1997|
|La Paz||Harquahala Mountain||5,681 / 1,732||Harquahala Mountain 1990|
|Maricopa||Browns Peak||7,657 / 2,334||Four Peaks 2004|
|Mohave||Hualapai Peak||8,417 / 2,566||Hualapai Peak 1978|
|Navajo||Black Mesa||8,168 / 2,490||Kayenta West 1968|
|Pima||Mount Lemmon||9,157 / 2,791||Mount Lemmon 1996|
|Pinal||700 feet north of Rice Peak||7,280+(40) / 2,219+12||Campo Bonito 1996|
|Santa Cruz||Mount Wrightson||9,453 / 2,881||Mount Wrightson 1996|
|Yavapai||Mount Union||7,979 / 2,432||Groom Creek 1974|
|Yuma||Signal Peak||4,877 / 1,487||Palm Canyon 1990|
- Surgent, Scott (2010). The County High Points of Arizona. Tempe, Az.: Xaler Press.
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