The Black Hills of Greenlee County are a 20 mi (32 km) long mountain range of the extreme northeast Sonoran Desert bordering the south of the White Mountains of eastern Arizona's transition zone.
The mountain range is bordered by the Gila River, and the range is a large block that forces the Gila to flow northwest, west, southwest; at the west, the Gila River begins an excursion northwest at the start of the Gila Valley, where Safford and Thatcher lie in the valley.
The southwest quarter of the mountain range lies in the southeast of Graham County.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Guthrie Peak is
# 67 out of 133 in Greenlee County
By prominence Guthrie Peak is
# 43 out of 4167 in Arizona # 1 out of 133 in Greenlee County
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