Saguaro National Park

Unless you're ready for a long desert hike, the best way to see Saguaro is from the comfort of your car.

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  • 1. Bajada Loop Drive

    Scenic Drive

    This 6-mile drive winds through thick stands of saguaros and past two picnic areas and trailheads to a few short hikes, including one to a petroglyph...Read More

  • 2. Cactus Forest Drive

    Saguaro East | Scenic Drive

    This paved 8-mile drive provides a great overview of all Saguaro East has to offer. The one-way road, which circles clockwise, has several turnouts...Read More

  • 3. Hope Camp Trail

    Saguaro East | Trail

    Well worth the 5-mile round-trip trek, this Rincon Valley route rewards hikers with gorgeous views of the Tanque Verde Ridge and Rincon Peak...Read More

  • 4. Hugh Norris Trail

    Saguaro West | Trail

    This 10-mile trail through the Tucson Mountains is one of the most impressive in the Southwest. It's full of switchbacks, and some sections...Read More

  • 5. Signal Hill Trail

    Saguaro West | Trail

    This ¼-mile trail in Saguaro West is a simple, rewarding ascent to ancient petroglyphs carved a millennium ago by the Hohokam people. Easy. ...Read More

  • 6. Valley View Overlook Trail

    Saguaro West | Trail

    On clear days you can spot the distinctive slope of Picacho Peak from this relatively easy 1½-mile trail with a gentle ascent in Saguaro West...Read More

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