Arizona, United States
Roof Butte is a mountain of the Chuska Mountains in Arizona, United States. Roof Butte is the highest mountain of the extensive, lofty Chuska Mountains, of which run in a direction of NNW, across the Arizona-New Mexico border. Roof Butte is considered the most prominent mountain in the Chuska's as it is very visible for miles around. The mountain is centered at a towering 9,823 feet (2,994 m), making the tallest mountain peak in the Chuska's and is ranked the 22nd most prominent mountain in Arizona, and the 191st most prominent mountain in the US. A manned-lookout tower/station is located on Roof Butte. The flattish summit of Roof Butte was formed by two-funnel shaped explosion pipes, and one nearby peak is capped by a low-lava dome.