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Located in the northwest Altar Valley the Coyote Mountains Wilderness was designated in 1990 and covers 5,080 acres.
A section of land adjacent to the north east side of the Coyote Mountains Wilderness Area that allows legal parking and access to the wilderness.
A hike into the Coyote Mountains from the northeast corner of the Wilderness.
Coyote Mountains Wilderness access notes and information about an August 2018 purchase by the Arizona Land and Water Trust that creates legal parking adjacent to the Wilderness.
First Page of Morris Udall's Arizona Desert Wilderness Act of 1990.
Cover Page from Baboquivari Peak Wilderness and Coyote Mountains Wilderness Wilderness Management Plan.
Text that appeared for many years on the BLM's Coyote Mountains Wilderness warning that the is no legal access to the Coyote Mountains Wilderness. Snip taken 1/16/2021.
Cover Page from Phoenix Final Wilderness Environmental Impact Statement.
Page 11 from BLM Coyote Mountains NE Access Land Acquisition Environmental Assessment showing the parcel the BLM purchased in 2020 and 2018 Pima County Easements.
The 2018 Environmental Assessment of the BLM's plan to purchase 477 acres of land to provide better access to the Coyote Mountains Wilderness.
A BLM document that was prepared to meet the requirements of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 which required the BLM to review lands under its management for potential Wilderness Area designation.
The Wilderness Management Plan, Environmental Assessment and Decision Record for the Baboquivari Peak Wilderness and Coyote Mountains Wilderness.
In 1990 Representative Morris Udall's Arizona Desert Wilderness Act created 38 new Wilderness Areas in Arizona.
Last Light on Martina Mountain from the Coyote Mountains.
Missing.
Looking over the canyon north of Mendoza and the Altar Valley to the Sierrita Mountains.
Bell Mountain.
Gu Achi Peak.
A View Across the Hay Hook Ranch from Point 4181 with Mount Lemmon in the distance.
Looking down on the road and homes of the west edge of the Hay.
Trash in a saddle below Point 4462 in the Coyote Mountains.
Water Jug in a saddle below Point 4462 in the Coyote Mountains.
Sharp Peak.
Santa Catalina Mountains from the North East Coyote Mountains.
Old Trail Construction in the Coyote Mountains.
Martina Mountain.
Looking into Mendoza Canyon from Point 4462.
Dam near the NE corner of the Coyote Mountains Wilderness.
Water Jug on Point 4181.
Bell Mountain, Sharp Peak and Martina Mountain. Silver Bell Peak and Waterman Peak in the distance on the left.