See Tucson from a birds-eye view. Take Catalina Highway 30 miles through the Coronado National Forest, where giant Saguaro ... More
See Tucson from a birds-eye view. Take Catalina Highway 30 miles through the Coronado National Forest, where giant Saguaro cacti tower and a variety of desert vegetation blooms year around. Stop at the Seven Cataracts and Windy Pointe Vista for scenic views of untamed mountain landscape surrounding the distant lights of Tucson. Visit Ski Valley. The lift operates year-round offering visitors a ride to the sky. Follow signs to Summerhaven, and browse the rustic shops or book a cozy Mount Lemmon cabin. Make a day of it!
Of all the natural attractions in and around Tucson, Sabino Canyon is certainly the most popular. This large chasm in
the Santa Catalina Mountains is where ancient Hohokam people built irrigation dams while mammoths roamed the ground. Access is ...
If you want to learn more about Tucson's role in the long and often troubled relations between Spanish settlers, early
Anglo pioneers and Native American inhabitants, visit Fort Lowell Museum, located within an old adobe building at Fort Lowell ...
Designated in 1994 and covers Tucson from two sides, Saguaro National Park gives protection to native animals and plants, most
prominently the stately Saguaro cactus is a well known icon of the Arizonan and Mexican deserts. Both locations have ...