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Located in the Catalina Mountains and part of the Coronado National Forest, this beautiful canyon offers outdoor recreation including hiking, swimming, biking and picnicking. For an overview of the area, take the narrated shuttle bus tour.
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Hiked the 7 Falls trail. Around 4 miles to the falls. Really nice trail. Some elevation, but not dramatic and the climbs were spaced out with level spots to ease the effort. Expect to get your feet wet. Several stream crossings. During our hike, water...More
Running/hiking this area was amazing! The cactai forest is unique and awe- inspiring. The trails are nicely maintained. The weather in January is perfect for being outdoors, just be aware that it gets dark early.
Beautiful canyon, amazing views, lots of hiking trails, a lot of Saguaro cacti. My visit was during the government shutdown but the visitor center was still open. The park staff is very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable.
This is a beautiful canyon just on the outskirts of Tucson that should be on any visitor's list of attractions. This is particularly lush Sonoran desert with many Saguaro cacti and a very wide variety of vegetation. From the visitor center there are several trails...More
We parked at the Bear Canyon Trailhead to hike to Seven Falls. The temporary staff at the visitor center did not seem to know about this trailhead, but it was on their maps so we searched around and found it. Lovely hike up a dry...More
good facilities for parking, restrooms, snacks. Great trails and views. Actual streams in the desert flowing between the cactus. Trail signs can be a little deceptive and distances can be farther than you first imagine, so get some maps from the reception area, carry water...More
Sabino Canyon is beautiful! The trolley is a great option to bring guests who may not be able to hike, but still want to be immersed in the desert experience. But also the hikes are amazing and you can truly make it into whatever experience...More
Sabino Canyon is a magnificent place to get out of the city and enjoy nature. There are many trails to hike or just walk the canyon road and explore the many easily accessible spots just off the road. If you are up for a little...More
Yes the trails are open as well as the paved road for walkers/hikers (closed to cars and no tram service at this time). The visitor center and restrooms are probably closed. Generally the parking lot stays open but that may... More
Yes the trails are open as well as the paved road for walkers/hikers (closed to cars and no tram service at this time). The visitor center and restrooms are probably closed. Generally the parking lot stays open but that may have changed. There is some parking along the roads. We have had some rain and snow on the mountain so the stream should be running strong.