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Mt Lemmon Scenic Drive

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 Mt Lemmon Scenic Byway is one of the most scenic drives in southeast Arizona. It provides access to a fascinating land of great vistas, outlandish rockscapes, cool mountain forests and deep canyons spilling out onto broad deserts. Here you'll find plants and animals and geology that exhibit some of the most wide-ranging natural diversity to be found in any area of comparable size in the continental United States.

There are turnouts at scenic overlooks and several campgrounds and picnic areas. Dozens of hiking trails offer access to the mountain's backcountry canyons and ridges..

Paved and suitable for most vehicles. Very large motor homes, trailers over 22' and buses may have trouble negotiating steep grades and sharp turns. Places to turn around are few.

 

Location:

About 15 miles northeast of Tucson in the Catalina Mountains

Setting:

Mountainous

Surface:

Paved

Vehicle:

Any Vehicle

Length:

28 miles oneway

Time to Allow:

Season:

1 to 2 hours

Drivable year round but winter storms cause restrictions



To get there:

Take Tanque Verde Road east from Tucson to the Catalina Highway. At the Forest Service boundary it becomes Hitchcock Highway and climbs to the top of Mt. Lemmon.

 

Directions to Trailhead

Take Tanque Verde Road east from Tucson to the Catalina Highway. At the Forest Service boundary it becomes Hitchcock Highway and climbs to the top of Mt. Lemmon.



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