Tombstone, Arizona

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  • Tombstone, Arizona

    Explore the streets of Tombstone

    5.0
    Fan of Western movies? Most people are aware of Hollywood movies like Tombstone and Wyatt Earp along with the infamous real life Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.  But instead of walking where Kevin Costner or Kurt Russell stood, walk the boardwalks along the dusty main drag where the real Doc Holiday...
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  • Cochise, Arizona

    Hike the Cochise Stronghold Trail

    4.0
    12 mi / 1200 ft gain
    Take Rt. 10 east toward Benson and onto Cochise. Follow the sign to Pearce then to Sunsite. Take Ironwood Rd., Forest Rd. 84, for about 12 miles to the Stronghold Campground. Cochise Stronghold is about 1 hour from Tucson and well worth the drive. This is an out and back hike which makes for a lo...
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  • Sonoita, Arizona

    Hike to Hutch's Pool

    5.0
    7.8 mi / 647 ft gain
    Start at the Sabino Canyon trailhead - you can either walk up the dirt road (which adds about 4 miles) or take the $10 tram from the Visitor Center and hop off at the last stop #9. From there you hike 2.5 miles into Sabino Canyon into the basin (beautiful views of the canyon all the way there). O...
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  • Willcox, Arizona

    Camp at Chiricahua National Monument's Bonita Canyon

    5.0
    Looking for an authentic hiking and camping weekend? Then the Bonita Canyon Campground in Chiricahua National Monument is your ticket. The Chiricahua National Monument is a uniquely beautiful place. There are wonderful hiking trails, some of the best in Arizona. The rock formations are the attrac...
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  • Bowie, Arizona

    Hike to the Ruins of Fort Bowie

    5.0
    3 mi / 500 ft gain
    Fort Bowie is an abandoned military outpost and the site of many bloody battles between the government and Native Americans. The fort and visitor center can only be reached on foot, which guarantees a quiet, uncrowded experience through this lovely canyon.Begin at the trailhead on Apache Pass Roa...
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  • Willcox, Arizona

    Hike the Sugarloaf Mountain Trail in Chiricahua National Monument

    1.8 mi / 470 ft gain
    This short hike is spectacular at sunset. Park in the parking just beyond Echo Canyon right off of the park's scenic eight mile drive. Follow the well marked trail along the edge of Sugarloaf Mountain for beautiful views of the surrounding rock formations and valley below. At the top you will rea...
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  • Willcox, Arizona

    Big Loop in Chiricahua National Monument

    5.0
    7.97 mi / 1562 ft gain
    27 million years ago, a large volcanic eruption in the Chiricahua Mountains left behind volcanic ash which eroded into the hoodoos and balancing rocks at Chiricahua National Monument aka The Wonderland of Rocks. The rock formations are very similar to Bryce National Park and the best part...you w...
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  • Rio Rico, Arizona

    Camp at Patagonia Lake State Park

    5.0
    Patagonia Lake State Park is located about 70 miles southeast of Tucson on State Route 82, 7 miles south of Patagonia, Arizona. Coming from the north, the drive to Patagonia Lake State Park is very scenic; the road winds through rolling hills and countryside with the looming Santa Rita Mountains ...
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  • Tucson, Arizona

    Hike to Javelina Rock

    5.0
    7 mi / 400 ft gain
    Drive through the gate of Saguaro National Park and continue straight onto Cactus Forest Drive. The 8 Mile loop takes you around to Javelina Rock parking area. Take time to enjoy this drive, it offers great views of the park and opportunities to spot coyotes and other wildlife.About 7 miles into ...
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