Chiricahua National Monument ranges from 5,124 feet / 1,562 meters in elevation at the entrance station to 7,310 feet / 2,228 meters at the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain. You can enjoy the differences of four seasons. Check the weather chart for monthly average temperatures and precipitation to help plan your visit.
For current conditions similar to those found at the visitor center click here.
For current conditions at an elevation like what you would find at the trail head for Sugarloaf Mountain and Massai Point - the end of our scenic drive - click here.
Did You Know?
Southeast Arizona was home to the Chiricahua Apache, under the leadership of Cochise. They surrendered for the final time in 1886 and were sent first to Florida and later to Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Many found homes in the hills of today's Chirichaua National Monument.