Featured Hike -
Try out one of these Tucson Mountain Park trails near the Robles Pass Monument!
Tucson Mountain Park Trails:
Tucson Mountain Park is a 20,000 - acre Sonoran Desert natural preserve located a few miles west of downtown Tucson. Recreational opportunities include hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, picnicking, and camping. Park hours are 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Explorer Trail - Hiking, Biking
The Explorer Trailhead is located at the back of the City of Tucson's Kennedy Park Fiesta Area parking lot, which is accessible from La Cholla Boulevard. The lot provides access to Tucson Mountain Park's Explorer Trail.
Starr Pass East - Hiking, Equestrian, Biking
A primitive dirt parking area located adjacent to the Starr Pass development and CAP reservoir at the end of a rough dirt access road, this trailhead has room for 20 cars and 6 horse rigs. The trailhead provides access to the Starr Pass Trail and Tucson Mountain Park trail system, and is the designated equestrian staging area for Tucson Mountain Park.
Sarasota - Hiking, Biking
A 20-space trailhead is planned for the end of Sarasota Road adjacent to Tucson Estates that will provide access to the west end of the Starr Pass Trail in Tucson Mountain Park. Equestrian staging for Tucson Mountain Park is located at the Starr Pass East Trailhead.
Here's a list of websites that will get you out there on the trails!
Regional Hikes with emphasis on birding