Big Hatchet Mountains Wilderness Study Area Trails Topo Map

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Ecologists recognize this part of New Mexico as a transition area, and thus exceptionally rich in plants and animals. The list of rare and endangered species found in the Big Hatchet Mountains WSA is long. Plants include night-blooming cereus and at least two species of pincushion cacti. One of the last indigenous populations of desert bighorn sheep is here. Other mammals include javelina, coatimundi, pygmy mouse, thick-billed kingbird, golden eagles, giant spotted whiptail lizard, and Sonora mountain king snake. Much of this diversity results from the mountains’ rugged, diverse topography, which also makes it an appealing area for hikers. Hiking here is limited by lack of trails, difficult terrain, torrid warm-weather temperatures, lack of water, and poor access. This trail guide covers an area with no maintained trails.
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Lordsburg, New Mexico

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