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Friends took us here for an after lunch hike. the sun was turning warm so we only spent an hour on the trail. too bad for us. What we saw was spectacular as the trail wound it's way up the mountain. The desert landscape is...More
We went at sunrise and watched Tucson awaken! Views were stunning! My kids are 9 & 12 and we do medium difficulty hikes & consider this medium at certain points. Dressed in layers since it started off cool & ended warm. Definitely a must do...More
I've done many hikes around Tucson. This is one of my least favorite. The early trail offers some fine views of Tucson. Then there is a great deal of trail through the scrub and limited views either forward or backward. You have to go quite...More
We stayed in Northwest Tucson (just off Oracle on Rudasill Rd) and were looking for a place to hike close by. The Pima Canyon area was very convenient and had a good parking area. The hike starts off behind some homes in the foothills and...More
Pima Canyon is one of my favorite hikes. It's mostly pretty gentle for a desert hike, although not recommended for anyone who has mobility issues. Proper hiking footwear (as well as water and sun coverage) is really recommended. As are bathing suits, if you go...More
Pima cyn trail starts easy enough and allows fun hike with family. After a few hours, it gets much steeper and hiking sticks advised. With enough time, a great hike is to climb up finger rock to Kimball and then down the Pima Cyn wall...More