ⓘ New Water Mountains. The New Water Mountains is a mountain range in southwestern Arizona. The range is on the northern border of the Kofa National Wildlife Refu ..

                                     

ⓘ New Water Mountains

The New Water Mountains is a mountain range in southwestern Arizona. The range is on the northern border of the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge as well as the northern Kofa Mountains.

This Northwest-Southeast trending range, about 20 miles 32 km in length. In the South-Eastern third of the range is located in the kofa refuge, and the mountain range merges Northwest into the mountains southern Plomosa district of La Paz. The Central part of the range is the new mountain water the desert with a long East-West on the Northern border of the Kofa National wildlife refuge of about 12 miles. The highest point is Black Mesa at 3.639 feet 1.109 m.

The three Northern routes on the mountain range, the Central route refers to the Ramsey mine and in the end the Central dry washing in the North, in other enterprises, such as the Republic mine, in these mountains, as well as some of the sources of dripping spring, and on the fourth Brintley West passage. The closest community to the North side of the ridge brand, Arizona East of Quartzsite. Brand 60, four miles 6.4 km North-East from Interstate 10.