Coronado
National Forest

The Coronado National Forest includes an area of about 1.78 million acres (7,200 km2) spread throughout mountain ranges in southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico. It is located in parts of Cochise, Graham, Santa Cruz, Pima, and Pinal counties in Arizona, and Hidalgo County in New Mexico. The National Forest is divided into five ranger districts. The districts themselves are not contiguou…
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GUIDE
Beyond the end of the tram road in Sabino Canyon Recreation Area, a 2.5 mile tra…
OVERVIEW
Mt Lemmon, the highest peak of the Santa Catalina Mountains northeast of Tucson,…
OVERVIEW
Cochise Stronghold - rounded boulders, narrow ravines and wooded slopes in the D…
OVERVIEW
Catalina State Park features a campground, picnic areas and several short trails…
OVERVIEW
Sabino Canyon and Bear Canyon - two cactus-studded ravines at the edge of the Sa…
TRIP REPORT
One of the Best Hikes in This Area
To get to the trailhead, follow I-19 south past Rio Rico to the Ruby Road turn off. Follow Ruby Road for about 12 miles to a large dirt parking area and FS Trailhead sign. The road is paved the first 8 miles to Pena Blanca Lake but is unpaved and often washboarded beyond with narrow hairpin turns. A…
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PLACE
800-mile National Scenic Trail from Mexico to Utah
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GUIDE
The Bear Canyon Trail to the Seven Falls, Sabino Canyon Recreation Area, Tucson …
GUIDE
One of the great benefits of this trail is that it's very close for Oro Valley r…
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