This was taken 02 January 2004. It was quite unusual to find this survey marker on a rock that is small enough for a person to move. I had to clear about 10 inches of snow from the top of this rock to find the marker. The summit of Chiricahua is broad and tree-infested, so it was hard to determine where the marker would be. I felt pretty lucky when I moved a lump of snow and saw it.
The topo map elevation disagrees somewhat with the 9795 feet shown here.
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