Sabino Canyon Tours
Located in: Eastside District
749-2861, 5900 N. Sabino Canyon Rd., east Tucson. Parking $5/vehicle, Tram $10/adults, $5/children 3–12. Open 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.Sabino Canyon offers spectacular views, a variety of wildlife, and dozens of marked trails that range from easy to advanced. The easiest hike is the one that takes you 3.8 miles up the canyon. Other favorites include the Telephone Line Trail (see below) and Bear Canyon.
Following the route of an old phone line that went up the mountain to the Palisades Ranger Station, the Phone Line Trail affords a view of Sabino Canyon seldom seen by the casual visitor. At its highest, the 41/2-mile trail takes you about 400 feet above the canyon, reducing to miniature the shuttles along the paved road and giving you an eagle's-eye view of the activities below. Ask for directions at the Sabino Canyon Visitors Center, 5700 N. Sabino Canyon Rd. Phone 520-749-8700.
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There is a shuttle bus if you are not keen on exploring it by foot.I advise you to take time and walk it,its breathtaking.Its hard to belive the nature is this intact while relative close to city.
Relaxing day at Canyon
Spent the day here walking it was January but the sun shone however a cold wind. The landscape is beautiful and a great variety of plants. saw a roadrunner. Because it was January you will need warm...
Sabino Canyon - a must see for you and visitors
We have taken over 10 trip to Sabino Canyon with friends that are visiting us from out of state. Sabino Canyon is always on our "must see" list when our guests arrive. If your guests are not familiar...
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