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Landmarks to Discover Near Tucson

You don’t want to travel in Tucson without checking out the best landmarks, monuments and sightseeing destinations. Sabino Canyon offers a nice, comfortable hike any time of year. It’s suitable for nearly all ages and abilities, with desert views and plenty of photo opportunities. The Mt. Lemmon Scenic Byway is an option for those who prefer a drive in lieu of a hike, and even in January, the views are unbeatable.

The Mission San Xavier del Bac is a must, and Gates Pass demands a beautiful drive that’s well worth the effort. It’s a stunning natural landmark with great views. There’s also Tohono Chul Park which is easily accessible, has well-kept picnic grounds on site, and where fishing is the sport du jour every day of the year.


The Beauty of Tucson

Catalina State Park offers desert camping at its finest. January is a great time to schedule a weekend campout since the weather is cooler and (bonus!) it’s the off season. The DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is dubbed a “diamond in the desert.” There’s also Madera Canyon, a great spot for a hike or picnic with hundreds of birds to see.

Tucson Mountain Park is close to the city, but offers a reprieve from all the bustle. The Tucson Botanical Gardens are open year-round with special events each month. Go beyond the city limits and discover the natural secrets of Tucson today!




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