We hiked 4.4 miles round trip on the Tanque Verde Ridge Trail in the Rincon Moutain District (East) of Saguaro National Park, in Tucson, AZ. We hiked it end of February and the weather was great. A good hike in winter and early spring.
The trail is moderately trafficked and well maintained. It has a steady gradual elevation with a beautiful panorama on the city of Tucson and mountains around. The trail is quiet (except for helicopters from time to time). The terrain is a bit rocky. You can hike as far as you want and turn around any time the way you came. We wanted a day hike so that’s what we did.
Bring more water than you would, particularly on a hot day as there is no shade at all on the trail. There is no water at the trailhead and you can refill at the Visitor center when getting into the pack. For footwear, wearing good hiking shoes is a must.
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