Sonoita, AZ Trails and Parks

Sonoita has 6 trails in the vicinity, including 5 hiking trails and 3 for backpacking. These trails range from 6.3 to 45 miles in length. The most popular trail is Ladybug Trail and Dutch Henry Canyon. Trails.com member Steven C. recently completed Patagonia-Sonoita Scenic Road: Interstate 10 to Nogales.
  • Dutch Henry CanyonView Trail Details

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    Sonoita, AZ

    •  Moderate to Difficult
    •  Backpack or day hike
    •  7.5 miles
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    A day hike or backpack from Ladybug Pass to Dutch Henry Well. This trail provides a long and often steep descent from Ladybug Saddle to the bajadas, ...

  • Ladybug TrailView Trail Details

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    Sonoita, AZ

    • Hiking  
    •  Moderate to Difficult
    •  Day hike
    •  6.3 miles
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    A day hike from Ladybug Pass to the Angle Orchard Road. It soon finds itself atop a rocky ridge that boasts excellent views to the south. Greasewood ...

  • Santa Rita MountainsView Trail Details

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    Sonoita, AZ

    • Hiking  
    •  Moderate
    •  13.5 miles
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    Anyone who spends time in the Santa Rita Mountains comes to appreciate the rich biodiversity that exists within the sky islands. Black bears ...

  • Santa Rita Crest TrailView Trail Details

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    Sonoita, AZ

    •  Difficult
    •  Backpack or day hike
    •  13.2 miles
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    An alternate, less-traveled route to the Santa Rita crest and the summit of Mount Wrightson. From the summit, the Santa Rita Mountains are spread ...

  • Sonoita and PatagoniaView Trail Details

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    Sonoita, AZ

    •  One day to several days
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    The route takes you through magnificent country studded with cactus, beveled with foothills, and ringed with wide, open valleys. As the road ...

  • Patagonia-Sonoita Scenic Road: Interstate 10 to NogalesView Trail Details

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    Sonoita, AZ

    • Scenic Drives  
    •  45 miles
    •  Guide

    A 45-mile-long paved drive that skirts the eastern edge of the Santa Rita Mountains, crosses the rolling Sonoita Plains, follows Sonoita Creek, ...