Horseback Riding Trails Near Tucson, AZ
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Horseback Riding Trails Near Tucson, AZ

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Tucson has 11 horseback-riding trails. These trails range from 5.2 to 19.9 miles in length. The most popular trails are Seven Falls, Pima Canyon Trail and Ridge View Trail. Trails.com member Donna C. recently completed Ventana Canyon Trail. See all Tucson trails.
Best Trails in Tucson 11 Results
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Surrounded by soaring canyon walls, Seven Falls is one of the more alluring wonders of ...
Of the four main routes to Wasson Peak, the Sweetwater Trail is the least crowded and ...
This trail is a rite of passage for young Tucsonans and University of Arizona students ...
This gentle stroll crosses almost the entire girth of Saguaro National Park East from ...
The David Yetman Trail passes through varied Sonoran Desert terrain at the southern end ...
A day hike across the northeast slopes of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Special Considerations: ...
This rugged trail takes you into one of the more remote Front Range canyons to a seasonal ...
Using the Douglas Spring Trail, this hike takes you to a seasonal waterfall in the foothills ...
This is a scenic loop over Mica Mountain, the highest summit in the Rincon Mountains, ...
A backpack from Happy Valley to the Deer Head Spring trail, 6.2 miles one way. This ...
A backpack from the Javelina Picnic Area to Manning Camp, 16.2 miles one way. This ...
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