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A Night on Mt. Lemmon; or, Is Davis Spring Trail Just a Myth?

A Night on Mt. Lemmon; or, Is Davis Spring Trail Just a Myth?

The worst thing about hiking in the desert is that water weighs 8.3 pound per gallon. Somehow I managed to take a 60 pound pack on a one night trip. To make matters worse, Saja and I ended up going cross country in some rugged terrain when the Davis Spring Trail vanished. It was time for the old map and compass…

Molino Canyon Day Hike

Molino Canyon Day Hike

Molino Canyon is one of my favorite Tucson escapes when time is limited.  The trailhead is just past the fee station on Catalina Highway, about 5 miles up the mountain.  You can’t miss the parking lot.   Once you arrive, you have three trails to choose from.  The first is off to the west and […]

Butterfly Trail

Butterfly Trail

I must confess that I don’t hike Mt Lemmon very much, which is criminal when you get right down to it since I only live a couple miles away, but as the summer heat hits Tucson the cool forest heights are pretty darn appealing.  So last Sunday, I threw Saja and the kids in the […]