AZ- Tumacacori Highlands Proposed as Wilderness by: John Stewart
The Tumacacori Highlands have been proposed for designation as Wilderness. Situated on the Coronado National Forest, about 50 miles southeast of Tucson, the Highlands region is the largest remaining roadless area left on Forest Service lands in Arizona. This proposed wilderness area shall be devoted to the public purposes of recreational, scenic, scientific, educational, conservation, and historical use, as defined by the Wilderness Act. The proposal was submitted by Rep. Raul Grijalva [D-AZ] as is identified as H.R. 3287, to expand the Pajarita Wilderness and designate the Tumacacori Highlands Wilderness in Coronado National Forest, Arizona, and for other purposes.
(Map courtesy Friends of the Tumacacori Highlands.)
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