Backpacking Trails Near Tucson, AZ
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Backpacking Trails Near Tucson, AZ

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Tucson has 14 backpacking trails. These trails range from 6.2 to 23.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount Wrightson, Mica Peak Loop Trail and Douglas Spring. Trails.com member Victoria G. recently completed Sabino Canyon and Mount Lemmon. See all Tucson trails.
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Prepare for a day in the great outdoors. You’ll begin your drive in Tucson, surrounded ...
A hike to the highest point of the Rincon Mountains in the Saguaro Wilderness, Saguaro ...
This day trip takes you through one of the most majestic forests of saguaro cacti you'll ...
The Kitt Peak National Observatory is located on top of Kitt Peak in the Quinlan Mountains ...
When you think of Tucson, think mountains. The oldest continuously inhabited city in the ...
This is a scenic loop over Mica Mountain, the highest summit in the Rincon Mountains, ...
This loop hike takes you from the desert to the forested summit of the Rincon Mountains, ...
The backpacking residents of Tucson are extremely lucky to have two mountain wildernesses ...
A backpack along the spine of Oracle Ridge, 13.2 miles one way. This trail follows ...
A primitive route from Palisade Ranger Station to Davis Spring, 9.4 miles one way. This ...
A wilderness route to a long-abandoned ranger station site, 7.2 miles one way. This ...
A backpack from Happy Valley to the Deer Head Spring trail, 6.2 miles one way. This ...
A network of trails atop Mica Mountain, accessible after a full day of backpacking. This ...
A backpack from the Javelina Picnic Area to Manning Camp, 16.2 miles one way. This ...
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