|Elevation||9,759 ft (2,975 m)|
|Prominence||5,149 ft (1,569 m)|
|Location||Cochise County, Arizona, U.S.|
|Topo map||USGS Chiricahua Peak (AZ)|
|Age of rock||27 Ma|
Chiricahua Peak is the name of a 9,759 feet (2,975 m) peak located in southeastern Arizona, located just north of the United States–Mexico border. It is the highest summit in the Chiricahua Mountains and the highest point in Cochise County.
The peak contains one of the southernmost Engelmann spruce stands in the world. There are also extensive stands of aspen on the northslope. Much of the peak was severely burned in recent times, which creates vast open views across the landscape. This includes views across the Basin and Range to Mount Lemmon, Mount Graham, and Mount Wrightson. In addition Willcox Playa is visible in the basin below.
The summit is heavily forested primarily with pines.
See also 
- List of mountains of the United States
- List of mountains and hills of Arizona by height
- List of Ultras of North America
- List of Ultras of the United States
- "Arizona P2000's" Perklist.org. Retrieved 2013-01-06.
- "Chiricahua National Monument". National Park Service.
- "Chiricahua Peak, Arizona". Peakbagger.com.
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