Butterfly to Crystal Spring Trail Topo Map

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The path carries you and your dog through several narrow ravines where the footing is tricky—use extra caution if it has rained recently. In wetter years, you will see columbines and butterfly weed poking out from between the boulders along the trail. And as the trail’s name suggests, a butterfly field guide is a good read before you head out. The Southwest is home to more than half of North American butterfly species and the Santa Catalina range is one of the best viewing spots in the Southwest. Plan to take your hike in spring or between summer rains (July to August), and then while you are taking a shade break with your pooch, you can enjoy the flits and flurries of these colorful creatures.
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Tucson, Arizona

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