Chiricahua Mountains are covered by the Chiricahua National Monument with a small portion. Chiricahua National Monument is situated in extreme southeast Arizona of the United States. Amazing categorization of weird rock stone formations fascinates the photographer and hiker. The portion of homeland of Chiricahua Bandof the Apache Indian nation is Chiricahua Mountains. During the period time of the 19th century, there had countless clashes between travelers and settlers in the Chiricahua. Chiricahua National Monumen is one of the monuments and national parks which acquired in the first third in the United States in 1924. The initial purpose of the monument was to preserve the rock formations, and also most of infrastructure dates in the park can be traced back slenderly later time
The park entrance is around 5000 feet above the sea level. The major formations of the trailheads in Echo Canyon and vicinity are at elevation about 7000 feet. The travelers who come from the lowlands have to pay attention to the high enough with rarefied air, which means hiker should prepare more winded than before. The high point in the Chiricahua Mountains is higher than 9000 feet, but is beyond the monument. However, it is forbidden to climb on the rock in the monument because the rocks are extremely frangible with thoroughgoing protections to remain the scenic beauty. For hiking, the earmark in Chiricahua is from the starting point at the end of upper, which is an one-way go back to the campground or visitor center. Tourists can drive in the visitor center and the camp to the upstream of the park. There have the most interesting rock formations. And also, it is allowed walking through the formation of the trajectory where no motor transport has or horse isn’t allowed on them.