For a panoramic view of Tucson and its surrounding mountain ranges, drive uphill west on Speedway Boulevard, which turns into ... More
For a panoramic view of Tucson and its surrounding mountain ranges, drive uphill west on Speedway Boulevard, which turns into Gates Pass Road. Stop at Gates Pass, at the apex of the road, and enjoy the desert and mountain vistas from the parking lot at the side of the road, particularly at sunset. Be aware that this is a narrow winding road frequently used by bicyclists.
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 ...
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 ...
Want to take the family on a trail ride? Pusch Ridge Stables offers horseback rides into the beautiful foothills of
the Santa Catalina Mountains. Prices are $20 for an hour, $35 for two hours, $30 for sunset rides, $60 ...
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