The Hueco Mountains are a range of mountains that rise in southern Otero County, New Mexico and extend 27 miles (43 km) south into Texas, generally along the El Paso–Hudspeth county line just east of the city of El Paso, Texas. The highest point of the range is the Cerro Alto Mountain 6,703 feet (2,043 m) in Hudspeth County. The word hueco is Spanish for hollow, gap, or hole.

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  • Sierra Hueco​ es un cordal montañoso que se levanta en el condado de Otero y se extiende 27 millas al sur de Texas en el condado de El Paso y Hudspeth. Se encuentra al este de la ciudad de El Paso. Su punto más elevado en Cerro Alto de 6,703 pies en el condado de Hudspeth. El Bolsón del Hueco un área con una elevación de 4 000 pies sobre el nivel del mar, formado de sedimentos de un espesor de 9 000 pies, se ubica entre la sierra de Frankin y la Sierra Hueco. Esta sierra fue parte de las Rocosas, formadas en el cretácico tardío hace 60 a 70 millones de años como parte de la formación montañosa de Laramide. (es)
  • The Hueco Mountains are a range of mountains that rise in southern Otero County, New Mexico and extend 27 miles (43 km) south into Texas, generally along the El Paso–Hudspeth county line just east of the city of El Paso, Texas. The highest point of the range is the Cerro Alto Mountain 6,703 feet (2,043 m) in Hudspeth County. The , a down-dropped area with an elevation of 4,000 feet (1,200 m) above sea level, with sedimentary fill nearly 9,000 feet (2,700 m) thick, lies between the Hueco and Franklin Mountains. Shallow, stony soils in the Hueco Mountains support oak, juniper, and some mesquite. The mountains were part of the Rocky Mountain trend, forced upward as part of the Laramide mountain-building period during the late Cretaceous, 60 to 70 million years ago. The word hueco is Spanish for hollow, gap, or hole. (en)
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  • A photo of the Hueco Mountains from the distance (en)
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  • Hueco Mountains in sun and rain, with Cerro Alto prominent, as seen from the base of the tramway, El Paso, Texas, west of Cerro Alto (en)
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  • The Hueco Mountains are a range of mountains that rise in southern Otero County, New Mexico and extend 27 miles (43 km) south into Texas, generally along the El Paso–Hudspeth county line just east of the city of El Paso, Texas. The highest point of the range is the Cerro Alto Mountain 6,703 feet (2,043 m) in Hudspeth County. The word hueco is Spanish for hollow, gap, or hole. (en)
  • Sierra Hueco​ es un cordal montañoso que se levanta en el condado de Otero y se extiende 27 millas al sur de Texas en el condado de El Paso y Hudspeth. Se encuentra al este de la ciudad de El Paso. Su punto más elevado en Cerro Alto de 6,703 pies en el condado de Hudspeth. (es)
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