KETCHUM MOUNTAIN. Ketchum Mountain, a ridge about four miles long, is eleven miles west of Mertzon and four miles northeast of the Ketchum oilfield in Irion County (at 31°19' N, 101°03' W). Its peak rises 2,725 feet above sea level. The slopes are surfaced by gravelly loam that supports grasses and cactus.
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