Best Hiking Trails in Tucson

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Tucson, Arizona. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!


5700 North Sabino Canyon Road, Tucson, AZ 85750

Since 1993

Shuttle Riding, Natural Beauty, Nature Study, Horseback Riding, Bicycling, Jogging, Mile Hike, Tours, Round Trip, Walking Trails, Beautiful Area, Visitor Center, Tram Ride, Phone Line Trail, Paved Road, Great Hike, Beautiful Scenery, Wildlife, Miles Stream, Picnic Lunch & Running Water

Offers a narrated, educational 45-minute, 3.8-mile tour into the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains ● With soaring mountains, deep canyons and the unique plants and animals of the Sonoran Desert found here draw over a million visitors a year ● The animals of this area adapt to our 100 + degree summers and mild winters ● The nature trail at the visitor center offers plenty of wildlife and trailside interpretive information ● The Recreation area itself has over 30 miles of trails

Price: $10.00 Adults & $5.00 Children 3-12 Years of Age


Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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11570 North Oracle Road, Tucson, AZ 85737

Since 1974

Canyon Loop Trail, Dump Station, Biking, Oracle Road, Birding, Nature Walking, Romero Pools, Travel, Strenuous Hike, Lots of Water, Picnic Lunch, Annual Pass, Day Hike, Miles Round Trip, Big Horn Sheep & Well Marked Trails

Free trail guide available at Visitor Center ● The 5,500 acres & more than 150 species of birds call the park home ● Offers equestrian trails and an equestrian center provides a staging area for trail riders with plenty of trailer parking ● Provides a staging area for trail riders with plenty of trailer parking ● More than 150 species of birds call the park home ● The beautiful mountain backdrop, desert wildflowers, cacti and wildlife


Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

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8451 West McCain Loop, Tucson, AZ 85735

Since 1929

Outdoor Activities, Observation Area, Restrooms, Mountain Biking, Ironwood and Brown Mountain, Environmental Education, Picnic Areas, Equestrian Access, Desert Discovery Center, Hunting, Campground, Wildlife Viewing, Trailheads, Historic Sites, Shooting Range & Archery Range

The park has approximately 62 miles of non-motorized shared-use trials ● At approximately 20,000 acres, the park is one of the largest natural resource areas owned and managed by a local government in the U.S ● The park’s trails are open to hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers, and provide a wide range of outstanding experiences, including technical challenges, and breathtaking views


Mon - Thu 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fri - Sun Closed

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