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We walked the Anza Trail three miles from the Tubac Presido south toward the Tumacácori National Historical Park and Mission. The walk was gorgeous until we were within a mile of the Mission when we came upon piles and piles of garbage strewn across the...More
My Uncle has studied and researched a lot about Anza. We went to the yearly meeting about Anza and made it into a family reunion in Taos, NM this year since my Uncle was speaking.
Now I came to visit him in Tucson and we...More
We walked this trail in the winter. It was an easy path. We saw some plants and some birds, including a cardinal. I believe it may be part of a mission pilgrimage trail. Dogs were allowed, which was a nice change.
we were staying at the golf resort,, there is a trail head there that goes south...I went about 2.5 miles past the Village of Tubac...the trail runs along the Santa Cruz River, well maintained, very little trash, tree covered, birds etc...very nice i would recommend...More
My wife and I walked to the town of Tumacacori from Tubac which was 3.8 miles. Not a hard trail but from a recent flood lots of trash wash down. Plastic mostly. The trail follows the river which is great for bird watching. Bring water...More
This is a flat, tree lined trail along the Santa Cruz River that is very distinct from most other trails in the area that are through desert and usually involve elevation changes. Nice to have shade and the sounds of the water nearby. Unfortunately, there...More
This trail is within walking distance from our Tubac rental on Bridge Street. Such a pleasant well treaded walk...with lots of wildlife...lots of birds and we even saw a javelin once!! Great nature walk and easy hike, mostly flat. We walked a ways to the...More
Four mile section of the trail de Anza used to settle San Francisco. It goes from the Tumacacori Mission to the Tubac Presidio. The first 80% is well shaded along the river, out in beautiful nature, away from it all. If you do not have...More
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You can access the trail from near the Presidio Park and Museum, which is right in Tubac. It's about 3/4 of a mile or so from the Resort (which is wonderful) to the trail head that we started from). Google Anza Trail... More
You can access the trail from near the Presidio Park and Museum, which is right in Tubac. It's about 3/4 of a mile or so from the Resort (which is wonderful) to the trail head that we started from). Google Anza Trail trailheads as there may be part of the trail that starts closer to the Resort.
Happy hiking. Paula