Cimarron Mountains looking east from Eagle Hill
|Elevation||12,152 ft (3,704 m)|
|State||Colorado, New Mexico|
|Parent range||San Juan Mountains, Rocky Mountains|
The Cimarron Range, locally Cimarrons, is a name given to a group of peaks in southwestern Colorado and northern New Mexico of the San Juan Mountains. The Cimarrons are within eastern Ouray County and are also oriented north-south.
The most prominent and well known peak of the Cimarrons is Courthouse Mountain reaching 12,152 ft.
- "Courthouse Mountain". Retrieved April 22, 2011.