Carr Peak is the third-highest mountain in Cochise County, Arizona (after Chiricahua Peak and Miller Peak) and is the second-highest mountain in the Huachuca Mountains. It rises about 10 miles (16 km) south of Sierra Vista, Arizona. The summit is in the Miller Peak Wilderness on the Coronado National Forest and about 4 miles (6 km) south of the Nature Conservancy's Ramsey Canyon Preserve. The area is well known among birders because of the variety of hummingbird species (as many as 15) 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.
There's a trail called Carr Peak Spur Trail #108 leading to the summit.
By elevation Carr Peak is
# 72 out of 4167 in Arizona # 10 out of 252 in Cochise County # 2 out of 9 in Miller Peak Wilderness # 2 out of 21 in the Huachuca Mountains
By prominence Carr Peak is
# 53 out of 252 in Cochise County # 2 out of 9 in Miller Peak Wilderness # 3 out of 21 in the Huachuca Mountains
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