Miller Peak, at 9,470 feet (2,886 m), is the second-highest mountain in Cochise County, Arizona (after Chiricahua Peak). Located approximately 10 miles south of Sierra Vista, Arizona, it is the highest mountain in the Huachuca mountain range and a popular local hiking destination. The peak is the highest point in the Miller Peak Wilderness on the Coronado National Forest. The area was affected by the 2011 Monument fire and most of the pine trees seen in older photographs were burned and destroyed. Scrub oak are beginning to replace the areas that were previously covered by pine.
There's a trail called Miller Peak Trail #105 leading to the summit. Miller Peak is one of the 1 peaks along the Miller Peak Trail #105.
By elevation Miller Peak is
# 48 out of 4167 in Arizona # 6 out of 252 in Cochise County # 1 out of 9 in Miller Peak Wilderness # 1 out of 21 in the Huachuca Mountains # 84 out of 6354 in the Southwest Basins and Ranges
By prominence Miller Peak is
# 5 out of 4167 in Arizona # 2 out of 252 in Cochise County # 1 out of 9 in Miller Peak Wilderness # 1 out of 21 in the Huachuca Mountains # 5 out of 6354 in the Southwest Basins and Ranges
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