The Bryan Mountains are a small mountain range in the northwestern Sonoran Desert of southwestern Arizona. The range is located in southeastern Yuma County, about 75 mi southeast of Yuma and about 35 mi west of Ajo. The range is approximately ten miles long and about three miles wide at its widest point. The highpoint of the range is 1,794 feet (547 meters) above sea level and is located at 32°18'27"N, 113°22'46"W (NAD 1983 datum). The range is located entirely within the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge.
Geologically, the Bryan Mountains are an extension southeastwards of the block faulted Mohawk Mountains, and what are now the Bryan Mountains were actually considered part of the Mohawk Mountains well into the middle of the 20th century.
By elevation Bryan Mountains is
# 34 out of 74 in Yuma County # 16 out of 26 in Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge # 12 out of 20 in Cabeza Prieta Wilderness
By prominence Bryan Mountains is
# 14 out of 74 in Yuma County # 9 out of 26 in Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge # 8 out of 20 in Cabeza Prieta Wilderness
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