Unforgettable Outdoor Adventures
Venture to Tucson, Arizona and discover an otherworldly land where the sun shines almost every day and opportunities for adventure can be found around every corner.
- Desert trails. Embark on hikes that challenge your stamina as they delight your senses.
- Pedal on. Test your cycling skills on roads and trails used by the pros, and more than 100 miles of car-free bike paths.
- Under the stars. Sip a locally brewed beer as you marvel at the beauty of the Southwestern sky.
Set in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, where margaritas are infused with prickly pear and the forests are full of cactuses, Tucson is an outdoor paradise that begs to be explored.
Go a bit off the beaten path and into the saguaro-studded canyons that call the Sonoran Desert home. Saguaro National Park's two districts offer more than 165 miles of hiking trails, ranging from a stroll on a short interpretive nature trail to a day-long wilderness trek.
Pro cyclists and their teams have been coming to ride Tucson for decades and with a plethora of road rides and mountain bike trails it's easy to see why. Pick up rental bikes and head out on the Loop, a car-free bike path that circles the metro area.
Ascend 9,000 feet up to the Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley and enjoy amazing views, skiing in the winter, a skyride, hiking trails, ziplining, cozy little restaurants where you can dine fireside, campgrounds or cabins to spend the night, and definitively cooler temps—no matter the season.
No matter what kind of outdoor adventure you’re seeking, you’ll find it in Tucson.