Saguaro National Park
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Saguaro National Park is named after its most visible and popular resident the giant Saguaro Cactus. These extraordinary icons of the desert have an average life span of 150 years and may grow to a height of 50 feet and weigh over 10 tons. Saguaro National Park has 2 separate districts. The Rincon…
There are two of them, East and West. Great hiking biking through the monuments.
Tucson has 2 National Parks. Saguaro West and Saguaro East. Beautiful scenery on paved roads through the Saguaros in Saguaro NP East.
An abundance of trails for hiking, biking, climbing, or just parking and viewing.
Saguaro National Park is in southern Arizona. Its 2 sections are on either side of the city of Tucson. The park is named for the large saguaro cactus, native to its desert environment. In the western Tucson Mountain District, Signal Hill Trail leads to petroglyphs of the ancient Hohokam people. In…
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