Atop of Mount Graham, a torrential rain sweeps through the valley below unleashing its raw power. Mount Graham is a mountain in southeastern Arizona in the United States, in the Coronado National Forest. It is the highest mountain in the Pinaleño Mountains. As the name "Mount Graham" is often used by locals to refer to the entire mountain range, the peak itself is frequently referred to as "High Peak". The mountain reaches 10,720 feet (3,267 m) in height, attaining the highest elevation in Graham County. It is twentieth of the 57 ultra-prominent peaks of the lower 48 states, and the first of the five in Arizona (Wikipedia).