Hiking Trails in Marana, Arizona
Marana is a wonderful place for hikers, with so many days of warmth and sunshine and so many trails surrounding the area. There are more than 40 miles of desert trail easily accessed from the town limits, and they offer some of the most beautiful views and opportunities for exploration in the area. Beginners and advanced hikers alike can find a trail to suit them at any distance and elevation, and there are even guided hikes offered by the Town of Marana on selected Saturday mornings.
“Cochie, Wild Burro and Ruelas Canyons cut through the southwest end of the Tortolita Mountains, an unassuming but rugged range just a half-hour drive north of Tucson, Arizona. A trailhead at Dove Mountain, in the Town of Marana, leads northeast into Wild Burro Canyon, where it connects to trails that trace the crest above Cochie Canyon to the northwest or delve into neighboring terrain to the north and east.” (Marana – Hiking the Tortolita Mountains)
View a BROCHURE provided by the Town of Marana
Oro Valley Parks & Recreation Department Parks & Recreation Department
Saguaro National Park West
“Saguaro National Park’s two districts offer more than 165 miles (264 km) of hiking trails. A hike at Saguaro National Park can be a stroll on a short interpretive nature trail or a day-long wilderness trek. Both districts of Saguaro National Park offer a variety of hiking trails.” (nps.gov)
Click on TRAIL BROCHURE provided by the National Park Service to read about each trail and view a keyed map of the area.