Hiking Trails Near Tucson, AZ
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Hiking Trails Near Tucson, AZ

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Tucson has 45 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.4 to 28.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Seven Falls, Tanque Verde Falls and Bear Canyon Trail. Trails.com member Victoria G. recently completed Sabino Canyon and Mount Lemmon. See all Tucson trails.
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Surrounded by soaring canyon walls, Seven Falls is one of the more alluring wonders of ...
A half-day hike to pools and waterfalls in Tanque Verde Canyon, 0.8 mile one way. This ...
Divided into east and west units, the Saguaro National Park encompasses tracts of desert ...
Prepare for a day in the great outdoors. You’ll begin your drive in Tucson, surrounded ...
A day hike along Finger Rock Canyon to the summit of Mount Kimball, 5.1 miles one way. This ...
The Signal Hill Trail is a short walk to a hill with a 360-degree view of the northern ...
The path carries you and your dog through several narrow ravines where the footing is ...
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 wilderness loop around the base of Ragged Top peak, 5.1 miles round-trip. This off-trail ...
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 ...
Using the Douglas Spring Trail, this hike takes you to a seasonal waterfall in the foothills ...
A short walk to a ridge with a superb view of Avra Valley and Picacho Peak. Special Considerations: ...
Another great hike from Turkey Creek on the west side of the Chiricahuas, this loop ascends ...
This is a scenic loop over Mica Mountain, the highest summit in the Rincon Mountains, ...
Most of the Santa Catalina Mountains have burned in huge wildfires during recent years, ...
This easy loop through the gorgeous Sonoran Desert of the Tucson Mountains uses the Ringtail, ...
The stunning scenery, wildlife values, and archaeological interest in the Ironwood Forest ...
This pretty route on part of the Santa Catalina section of the Arizona Trail offers a ...
A wilderness route into the Little Rincon Mountains, 3.0 miles one way. This wilderness ...
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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