By: Ben LohnerPublished: 01/09/2018 04:48:58The Arizona elevation of Pima’s famous Point Peak is about 30 feet higher than its official elevation, but this isn’t the highest mountain in the state.
In fact, it’s only about one-tenth the height of Pemex’s highest point.
The elevation of Arizona’s highest mountain, Pima Mountain, at an elevation of 7,500 feet (2,800 meters).
Source: Pima County Parks and Recreation Facebook post by the Arizona Department of Public SafetyThe Arizona Department for Natural Resources (DNR) has issued an elevation update for Pima, but only after it was first reported by the Associated Press news agency.
The agency’s official elevation is 7,400 feet (3,500 meters), which would make the peak about 30 percent higher than the official elevation.
This was confirmed by the Pima Sentinel newspaper, which reported that the elevation was corrected on its website.
However, this correction was made in a way that would allow Pima to rise higher than 7,000 feet (1,600 meters), meaning the city of Pimas would not be able to legally climb its highest point, which is known as Pima Point.
According to Pima City Manager David Wainwright, the elevation update didn’t change much when the AP report was posted online, but the news agency did say that Pima would be allowed to climb Pima Peak.
Pima Point, Pemecuco Point, and Pima Canyon are the only points in Arizona where the elevation can be more than a foot higher than Pima.
This is because they are all considered mountains, according to the DNR.
The official elevation of the highest peak in Arizona is 7.534 feet (4,928 meters).
It is approximately 1,000 percent higher on the east coast than on the west coast.