The Desert Lens

The Desert Lens is Visit Tucson’s curated collection of photographers based in Southern Arizona, who find themselves continually inspired and captivated by our Sonoran Desert environment and the historic architecture of Tucson. We’ve featured the folks you’ll find here often on our Instagram…

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A City Made For Cycling

Mount the saddle of your trusty steed and #RideTucson Sun. Clear skies. Open trails. This is what Tucson offers 300 days of the year, which makes it the perfect place to hop on a bike and take in the history and beauty that surrounds the Old Pueblo. Whether you’re a seasoned biking veteran who…

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4 Ways To Recharge In Tucson

Discover Outdoor Tranquility It’s beautiful. It’s invigorating. It’s great for your health. It’s the Sonoran Desert. There’s no costly membership fee needed. No contract to sign. No screens to stare at while while you try to distract yourself from the challenge of exercising. The Sonoran Desert is…

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Tucson To The Extreme

Take on the Southern Arizona outdoors on your own terms Southern Arizona’s landscape—from saguaro-studded desert to aspen-laden slopes— seems custom-made for stoking our spirit of adventure. Whether you go for rock climbing, mountain biking, trail trekking, or sailing through the crystalline sky…

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Trail Mix

2 Wheels Single Track Head west to Tucson Mountain Park and start the ride of your life at the Starr Pass Trailhead. Some mountain bikers stop along the 9.3-mile Starr Pass Main Loop to admire the view, but most are here to hone their skills on bumpy descents and technical climbs. With more than 60…

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Nice Shot!

Sewailo Golf Club shines a national spotlight on Tucson, Arizona by Bill Huffman Maybe Notah Begay III is not Bono belting out U2’s “Beautiful Day.” On the other hand, what one of golf’s rock stars has brought to Tucson in the form of his beautiful new golf course, Sewailo, has Arizona’s most…

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