Topo 007—Baldy Mountain

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Baldy Mountain, Mount Baldy, or Old Baldy is the highest peak in the Cimarron Range of New Mexico. Copper and gold were mined in the area starting in 1866, and it's still surrounded by 70 miles worth of mines in the surrounding mountain.

Today, Baldy Mountain makes up the northwestern border of the Boy Scout's of America's Philmont Scout Ranch, a 140,177 acre wilderness area in the Rocky Mountains dedicated to backpacking treks and other outdoor activities.


12in x 18in


Crane's Crest • Fluorescent White • 100% Cotton • 243gsm

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