Picacho Peak Landmark
Picacho Peak State Park, Arizona Tee by Original Cowgirl Clothing Company. Slip into this soft comfy tee, then head off for a day of hiking and fun.
The unique shape of the 1,500-foot Picacho Peak has been used as a landmark by travelers since prehistoric times. One of the first recordings was in the 1700’s by the Anza Expedition as it passed through the area.
In 1846, the Mormon Battalion constructed a wagon road through Picacho Pass. The forty-niners on their way to California used this road. In the late 1850s the Butterfield Overland Stage was carrying passengers through this area. Picacho Peak’s most noted historic event occurred on April 15, 1862, when Confederate and Union scouting parties met in the Battle of Picacho Pass during the Civil War. This was the largest Civil War clash to take place in Arizona.
Picacho Peak is not a volcanic cone, but is part of a volcanic flow that has been partially eroded away. It has long been known for its spring display of wildflowers. If rains come at the right times in the winter, the spring will bring an explosion of gold to the bajadas of the mountain that appear as a tapestry of color. The wildflowers are predominantly Mexican Gold Poppies.
This updated essential unisex tee fits like a well-loved favorite, featuring a crew neck, short sleeves, and is designed with superior airlum combed and ring-spun cotton.
Unisex sizing--X-Small to 4-XL sizing
4.2 oz., 100% combed and ring-spun cotton, 30 singles
Disclaimer: Please note that the sizing chart is subject to change
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Machine wash cold, inside out with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low-medium or lay flat. Do not iron decoration/graphics.