Cimmaron Range

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Cimaron Mountain Range.jpg
Cimarron Mountains looking east from Eagle Hill
Highest point
Peak Courthouse Mountain
Elevation 12,152 ft (3,704 m)
Country United States
State Colorado, New Mexico
Parent range San Juan Mountains, Rocky Mountains

The Cimarron Range, locally Cimarrons, is a name given to a group of peaks in southwestern Colorado of the San Juan Mountain Range. The Cimarrons are within eastern Ouray County and are also oriented north-south.


From afar the Cimarrons appear to be continuous with the Sneffels Range. The most prominent peak is Courthouse. From the Uncompahgre Valley the Cimarrons are easily observed.

The most prominent and well known peak of the Cimarrons is Courthouse Mountain reaching 12,152 ft.[1]

Selected panoramas[edit]

Panorama of the Cimarron Mountains from Eagle Hill Ranch
Panorama of the Cimarrons during a morning storm
Panorama of the Cimarrons after the morning storm


  1. ^ "Courthouse Mountain". Retrieved April 22, 2011.