A New Way to See Tucson

In 2016 Visit Tucson partnered with Google to capture the experience of hiking in Southern Arizona and make it accessible on Google Maps in the form of Street View imagery. The idea was to share some of our region's most beautiful and accessible hikes with people all across the globe.

Using Google's Street View Trekker technology we went out to some of our favorite trails in the mountains that surround Tucson, including the Santa Catalinas, the Tucson Mountains, the Santa Ritas, the Rincons, and even the Chiricahuas, further to the east. Using the Trekker backpack, we hiked through some of these spectacular landscapes and captured what can only be described as some of the most diverse terrain in the country – a hiker's paradise. 


More on Google Street View

See some of Google's other "Treks", including the Grand Canyon, Machu Picchu, the Taj Mahal and more.

 

YouTubeMt. Lemmon, Windy Point

Google Trekker: Mt. Lemmon, Windy Point


 

YouTubeMt. Lemmon, Marshall Gulch-Aspen Loop

Google Trekker: Mt. Lemmon, Aspen Loop Trail


 

YouTubeCatalina State Park, Canyon Loop Trail

Google Trekker: Catalina State Park, Canyon Loop Trail


 

YouTubeTucson Mountain Park, Hidden Canyon Trail

Google Trekker: Tucson Mountain Park, Hidden Canyon Trail


 

YouTubeTucson Mountain Park, King Canyon Trail to top of Wasson Peak

Google Trekker: Saguaro National Park West, King Canyon Trail to top of Wasson Peak


 

YouTubeSaguaro National Park (East), Tanque Verde Ridge Trail

Google Trekker: Saguaro National Park East, Tanque Verde Ridge Trail


 

YouTubeChiricahua National Monument

Google Trekker: Chiricahua National Monument


 

YouTubeSabino Caynon

Google Trekker: Sabino Caynon


 

YouTubeTucson Mountain Park, Golden Gate Trail

Google Trekker: Tucson Mountain Park, Golden Gate Trail


 

YouTubeMadera Canyon, Bog Springs Trail