Gray Mountain is a topographic prominence that occupiesmost of the Coconino Point 15-minute Quadrangle, Coconino County, in northern Arizona (Fig. 1). That quadrangle is delimitedby 111°30’ to 111°45’ west longitude, and 35°45’ to 36°00’ north latitude. The total structure extends westerly into the adjacent Grandview Point 15-minute Quadrangle (which includes a very small part of the eastern Grand Canyon), and extends south into the adjacent SP Crater 15-minute Quadrangle.
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