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Chiricahua National Monument Wilderness

General Location Maps Contacts Area Management Wilderness Laws Trip Planning Images

General Trip Planning Information

Trail information and topo maps of Chiricahua National Monument and the surrounding Coronado National Forest are available for purchase at the Visitor Center, which is open daily 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

Recreational Opportunities

Hiking, birdwatching, photography

Climate and Special Equipment Needs

Warm summer days, 90-100 degrees, and thunderstorms July-September. Winter brings ~12 inches of snow and temperatures ranging from the 50s during the day to 20s at night.

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