Mt. Wrightson Wilderness encompasses 25,260 acres. Rising a magnificent 7,000 feet from the desert floor, 9,453-foot high Mount Wrightson is visible from great distances. At the core the Santa Rita Mountains, this Wilderness has rough hillsides, deep canyons and lofty ridges and peaks surrounded on all sides by semiarid hills and sloping grasslands. Pajarita Wilderness encompasses 7,553 acres. Pajarita is a Spanish word meaning, "little bird."The area's rugged canyons, which point south toward the subtropical environments of Mexico and Central America, provide a natural migration route for a surprising diverisity of birds.
USDA Forest Service
- Topo contour intervals at 50 feet
- Region 3
- Water resistant
- Shaded relief