Summerhaven is named very appropriately considering how many Tucsonans and visitors escape there from the summer heat and to enjoy skiing in the winter. Summerhaven sits at 8,200 feet elevation, approximately 1,000 feet below the peak of Mt. Lemmon, approximately 29 miles north of Tucson. Numerous recreational amenities are offered on the mountain, including hiking, camping, fishing, birding, skiing, sledding and rock climbing. Mt. Lemmon’s Ski Valley provides skiing from December into March. The University of Arizona’s Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter offers unique astronomy camps for kids and adults. Go to: www.mtlemmon.com/summerhaven for information.
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Was a great sightseeing trip. We went to Summerhaven and had some appetizers and drinks. Then we walked to the gift shop and got some of the best fudge I have ever had.
enjoyed the weather and senic views.
September 5th, weather at Mt. Lemmon was between 69 & 72, what else can I say.. We had lunch at the Iron Gate 4 stars, would be 5 but had to fight of the flies for my food. Next time eat indoors.
Escape the Tucson heat
Worthwhile trip to escape the desert heat. Nice hike on the Marshall Gulch/Aspen Trails. Enjoyed our lunch at the picnic area across the creek from the trailhead. Cookie as big as your head at the...
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