San Antonio Mountain is a free-standing volcanic peak in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. With an elevation of 10,908 feet, San Antonio Mountain is the highest peak within the Taos Plateau volcanic field, the largest volcanic field within the Rio Grande Rift valley.
The mountain lies just outside a northwest boundary of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. It lies within the Carson National Forest and is administered by the U.S. Forest Service rather than the Bureau of Land Management.
It is called "Bear Mountain" by Tewa-speaking peoples in the Rio Grande valley, and is known as the mountain of the north in their cosmology.
There's a trail called Fr 418 leading to the summit.
By elevation San Antonio Mountain is
# 16 out of 225 in Rio Arriba County # 94 out of 2897 in New Mexico # 40 out of 134 in Carson National Forest
By prominence San Antonio Mountain is
# 2 out of 225 in Rio Arriba County # 40 out of 2897 in New Mexico # 6 out of 134 in Carson National Forest # 14 out of 732 in the San Juan Mountains # 79 out of 4253 in the Southern Rocky Mountains
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