Pima Canyon Trail to Mount Kimball

Tucson, Arizona

Pima Canyon Trail to Mount Kimball Professional Review and Guide

"This trail attracts many hikers on its lower part but fewer hikers in its difficult higher reaches than the more-iconic Finger Rock Trail or the ever-popular Sabino Canyon. Those who go high enjoy superb views, including the rarely seen back side of Finger Rock, before bagging the summit of Mount Kimball.

Two small dams built to attract wildlife provide splashes of water, riparian plants, butterfles, and birds. I almost graded this hike a 2 for kids until I encountered a tough family group that included a 10-year-old boy, who told me it was “really, really hard, and we got lost, but Dad found the way.”"

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Trail Information

Tucson
Nearby City
14
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
10 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
Birding
Additional Use
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Jun 2018