Wilderness of Rocks Loop Trail Topo Map

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This is a long day hike or overnight backpack trip from Mount Lemmon through the scenic Wilderness of Rocks. Special Considerations: This trail starts at the top of Mount Lemmon and loses 2,800 feet of elevation, all of which you will have to climb at the end of the hike. From the parking area, head west on the Mount Lemmon Trail, which skirts around the south side of the fenced Mount Lemmon Observatory, then heads southwest, descending on a broad ridge crest. You’ll pass through Lemmon Park, which is a small meadow set in stands of ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, limber pine, and white fir, and then pass the junction with the Quartzite Spring Trail, where a powerline also meets the trail. Those hikers wanting an easy hike can turn left here and hike 0.3 mile to the Lemmon Rock Trail. From this junction you could turn right and walk 0.2 mile to Lemmon Rock Lookout for the view, then backtrack to the junction and walk 0.3 mile to the Mount Lemmon Trailhead.
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Tucson, Arizona

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