Tucson is one of the oldest continually inhabited areas in North America. Originally settled by Hohokam Indians, the city has been called home by Spanish missionaries, soldiers, cattle ranchers and farmers. Mission San Xavier del Bac (The White Dove of the Desert) and the Presidio San Agustín del Tucson (The Old Pueblo) are reminders of this historical development. Nearby towns of Bisbee and Tombstone offer a wide range of attractions and entertainment for visitors of all types.
Set in a Sonoran Desert Valley, Tucson is surrounded by five mountain ranges and bordered on all sides by natural areas. Hiking is an ideal way to explore the varied terrain and diverse wildlife in Southern Arizona, with landscapes ranging from cacti-covered hills to pine-topped mountains. More than 300 miles of mountain bike trails provide an endless assortment of challenges in both desert and mountain terrain.
Come play down south! Available tours include:
Full-day Tucson Mountain Bike Tour
This tour is intended for the more advanced rider. Experience tracks that weave through backcountry steeps with challenging rock ledges and roll-downs — not for the faint of heart!
Duration: Approximately 6-8 hours (including transportation time).
Half-day Tucson Mountain Bike Tour
Calling all beginner to intermediate riders! Tucson's world-class trails weave through Saguaro forests and sinewy singletrack offering endless excitement for you and your bike! Our guided Tucson mountain bike tours will get you out and breathing hard.
Duration: Approximately 3-4 hours (including transportation time).
Tombstone Day Tour
Travel back in time to the Wild West and one of the most iconic gunfights in history - the gunfight at OK Corral. This town is not a reproduction of a western town - it is THE western town.
Duration: Full day - approximately 12 hours.