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S Madera Canyon Road, Green Valley
Madera Canyon offers an outstanding cross-section of Southwestern bird habitats. Walk one of the many trails and hopefully you can catch a glimpse of some of the more than 200 bird species recorded. Bring along a picnic basket or dine in nearby Green Valley. As part of the Santa Rita Mountains, you are approximately 25 miles from Tucson.
Located on the northeast corner of Sunrise Blvd and Sabino Canyon Road. Be one of the over one million visitors to visit Sabino Canyon annually. Ride the Tram to Savino and Bear Canyon. There are nine stops on the Sabino Tram route, so you can eat, bird watch or just soak in the beautiful scenery. If you prefer to walk and tour, you can walk along the miles of hiking trails that maze throughout the area.
Santa Catalina Mountains (one hour from Speedway and Campbell)
Redington Pass has a variety of gorgeous hiking trail, canyons and bushwhack routes. Redington Pass offers the best Backcountry in Tucson. The hikes will blow your mind.
Hikes at Tumamoc Hill
Tumamoc Hill Road
Tucson Mountains (Immediately west of Downtown Tucson)
Even though this is a relatively short hike (1.5 miles) because it’s a sloping road, gaining 800 feet in distance, it makes for an intense cardio workout. At the top, you will have a beautiful, 360-degree view of Tucson.
Tumacacori National Historical Park
1891 I-19 Frontage Road, Tumacacori
This scenic park is in the upper Santa Cruz Valley in southern Arizona. Many of the trails are shaded and flat. Good place to bring you pups. So many wildflowers and tons of birds to see. The trails are very well maintained, with fresh water easily accessible.
5700 N Sabino Canyon Road
This is the place for serious hikers. It is a long, up and down trail with amazing views. The waterfalls are breathtaking. It is an eight-mile, round trip hike. The Sabino Canyon Tour is a 45 minute, narrated tram ride. The Bear Canyon Tram is a non-narrated 2-miles ride.