Mount Lemmon (O'odham: Babad Doʼag), with a summit elevation of 9,159 feet (2,792 m), is the highest point in the Santa Catalina Mountains. It is located in the Coronado National Forest north of Tucson, Arizona, United States. Mount Lemmon was named for botanist Sara Plummer Lemmon, who trekked to the top of the mountain with her husband and E. O. Stratton, a local rancher, by horse and foot in 1881. It is reported that Mount Lemmon Ski Valley, on the mountain's northeastern side, receives 200 inches (508 cm) of snow annually.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Lemmon is
# 79 out of 4167 in Arizona # 12 out of 248 in Coronado National Forest # 1 out of 304 in Pima County # 1 out of 57 in the Santa Catalina Mountains
By prominence Mount Lemmon is
# 3 out of 4167 in Arizona # 2 out of 248 in Coronado National Forest # 1 out of 304 in Pima County # 3 out of 6354 in the Southwest Basins and Ranges # 1 out of 57 in the Santa Catalina Mountains
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