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Big Horn Mountains Wilderness- The precipitous 1,800-foot-high Big Horn Peak and neighboring desert plain escarpments give the wilderness exceptional scenic value, especially noticeable along Interstate Highway 10 south of the area.
Harquahala Mountains Wilderness- This wilderness contains part of one of western Arizona's largest desert mountain ranges.
Hassayampa River Canyon Wilderness- The wilderness includes several miles of free-flowing Hassayampa River and its associated riparian habitat.
Hells Canyon Wilderness- Hells Canyon Wilderness consists of a a scenic portion of the Hieroglyphic Mountain Range
Hummingbird Springs Wilderness- The colorful escarpments of the 3,418-foot-high Sugarloaf Mountain rise steeply from the Tonopah Desert plains giving the wilderness exceptional scenic value, especially noticeable along Interstate Highway 10 south of the area.
North Maricopa Mountains Wilderness- This Wildnerness area contains a 10-mile section of the Maricopa Mountains, a low-elevation (1,000 to 2,813 feet) Sonoran Desert range, and extensive surrounding desert plains.
Sierra Estrella Wilderness- This 14,400-acre wilderness, located just 15 miles southwest of Phoenix, contains one of the most rugged mountain ranges in Arizona.
Signal Mountain Wilderness- This wilderness offers a variety of scenery, including sharp volcanic peaks, steep-walled canyons, arroyos, craggy ridges and outwash plains.
South Maricopa Mountains Wilderness- This wilderness includes 13 miles of the Maricopa Mountain range, a low elevation Sonoran Desert range, and extensive desert plains.
Table Top Wilderness- Easily recognized from Phoenix, 45 miles north and Case Grande, 20 miles east, Table Top Mountain, at 4,373 feet, is the highest peak in the area and its flat-topped summit is a familiar landmark.
Woolsey Peak Wilderness- This wilderness encompasses a major part of the Gila Bend Mountains.

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Bureau of Land Management, Phoenix Field Office, 2015 West Deer Valley Road , Phoenix, AZ, 85027, Phone: 623-580-5500

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Arizona BLM Lands - The BLM administers 14.2 million acres of public lands in Arizona. They offer a wide range of recreational activities, including hiking, mountain biking, rock hounding, hunting, nature study, camping, off-highway vehicle exploration and boating.
Phoenix Area - Known as the "Valley of the Sun," and covering over 400 square miles, the Phoenix metropolitan area lies southwest of the Mazatzal Mountains, near where the Verde and Salt Rivers meet.

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