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Miller Peak Wilderness - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Hereford, AZ 85615, USA

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About Miller Peak Wilderness

The Miller Peak Wilderness lies between the city of Sierra Vista and the Mexican border in the southern half of the Huachuca Mountains.More than 170 species of birds have been spotted here, including 14 kinds of hummingbirds. More than 60 species of reptiles and 78 species of mammals inhabit the area. It encompasses around 20,190 acres and is managed by the Coronado National Forest.


Attractions Near Miller Peak Wilderness

Carr Peak
Carr Peak2.51km from Miller Peak Wilderness

Carr Peak is the second highest peak in the Huachuca Mountains of southeast Arizona. Carr Peak is easily recognizable as the prominent double-humped mountain due south of Sierra Vista. The area is well known among birders because of the variety of hummingbird species seen in the area as well as the dozens of southwestern specialties such as Apache pine, Chihuahua pine, ridge-nosed rattlesnake, lesser long-nosed bat and elegant trogon.

Miller Peak
Miller Peak4.05km from Miller Peak Wilderness

Miller Peak is a spectacular landmark mountain located in far-south Arizona near the town of Sierra Vista and the Fort Huachuca Military Base. It is the highest mountain in the Huachuca mountain range and a popular local hiking destination. The Miller Peak Wilderness encompasses 20,190 acres and is managed by the Coronado National Forest.

Ramsey Canyon Preserve-Nature Conservancy
Ramsey Canyon Preserve-Nature Conservancy4.76km from Miller Peak Wilderness

Ramsey Canyon Preserve offers guided walks from March through November on an easy, shady trail. Guides share the lively natural and cultural history of the canyon, and explain why the canyon is rich in wildlife. You’ll likely spot a few deer, hummingbirds, reptiles, and insects.

Brown Canyon Ranch
Brown Canyon Ranch7.77km from Miller Peak Wilderness

Brown Canyon Ranch is a historic ranch located in the foothills of the Huachuca Mountains, near Sierra Vista, Arizona.First permanently occupied around 1800, the ranch was acquired by the U.S. Forest Service as part of a 1998 land swap to become part of the Coronado National Forest.

Coronado Peak Trail
Coronado Peak Trail7.88km from Miller Peak Wilderness

The Coronado Peak is a great trail if you want to take in sweeping views of the US and Mexico in this part of Arizona. It's not much of a hike to get to the top, but it is popular, and many people who come to the area when visiting the Coronado National Memorial and who bother to drive the steep road to Montezuma Pass will probably hike this peak. The trail is good, has benches and informative signs, and the views are excellent.

Montezuma Pass
Montezuma Pass7.9km from Miller Peak Wilderness

Montezuma Pass is within Coronado National Memorial. This site provides views of the San Raphael Valley to the west, the San Pedro Valley to the east, and Mexico to the south. Exhibit panels at the pass provide information about the Coronado Expedition, the flora and fauna of Sky Island habitats, and visible geography. It is also the trailhead for the southern terminus of the great Arizona Trail.

Where is Miller Peak Wilderness

Discover More Attractions in Cochise County, Where Miller Peak Wilderness Is Located

Cochise County
Cochise County
58 attractions

Cochise County is a county in the southeastern corner of the U.S. state of Arizona. Here are great outdoor opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, camping, picnicking, & bird watching. This County also has great opportunities for peaceful relaxation, particularly at the many Inns, B&B's, & guest ranches. Whether it's adventure or tranquility you seek, you can easily find it here.

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