CRAZYCAT MOUNTAIN. Crazycat Mountain is three quarters of a mile south of the southwestern corner of the Franklin Mountains State Park in northwestern El Paso County (at 31°48' N, 106°30' W). Its peak, at an elevation of 4,564 feet above sea level, rises 465 feet above Arroyo Park, an El Paso city park about three quarters of a mile south. Local soils are shallow and stony and support scrub brush and grasses.
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