7,195 ft (2,193 m)
The Swisshelm Mountains are a small mountain range adjacent to the southwest corner of the Chiricahua Mountains
of eastern Cochise County
. They are separated from the Pedrogosa Mountains to the southeast, the Chiricahua's to the northeast, and by Leslie Creek, bordering the south and east; the area is now notable for the Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge. The mountain range is named for John Swisshelm, a miner, a local settler of the late 1900s.
The range is a north-south range, with three notable peaks. In the south, Swisshelm Mountain
is the highest at 7,185 feet (2,190 m). In the north, an unnamed peak is 5225 ft, and is adjacent to Whitewater Draw of the lower stretch of Rucker Creek. A second unnamed peak is in the northeast, at 5847 ft and also adjacent to Rucker Creek.