Cedar Mountains Wilderness Study Area

Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico.

The Cedar Mountains WSA is located in southwestern New Mexico. The area is characterized by a southeast trending ridge with scattered peaks and rolling hills. Vegetation consists of mixed mountain shrubs, creosote bush, and tobosa. The area provides habitat for mule deer and javelina.

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From I-10 (27 miles east of Lordsburg and 32 miles west of Deming), take exit 49 to NM 146 and drive south about 19 miles to NM 9 at Hachita, NM. Drive east approximately 7ј miles on NM 9 then turn left onto County Rd 001 (unmarked), heading northeast. Drive for about 3ѕ miles to the perimeter of private land and park. Avoiding entering private land, hike about 2 ј miles first east and then northeast to reach the southwestern border of the WSA.

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