Arizona Trail Hike   1 comment

View of The Rincon Mountains from The Arizona Trail, Southeast of Tucson — Image by kenne

Monday of this week some fellow hikers and I hike a segment of the Arizona Trail, north from Hwy 83 and Sahuarita Road. The trail is an 800+ mile recreation trail from Mexico to Utah that connects mountain ranges, canyons, deserts, forests, wilderness areas, historic sites, trail systems, points of interest, communities, and people. Next week we are scheduled to hike south from Hwy 83 and Sahuarita Road.

About the only animals we saw along the trail was a heard of cattle. I didn’t know the name of the cattle, but Paul quickly said, “white faced,” and started singing “Where The White Faced Cattle Roam,” a song originally written by Buddy Williams. The video below is for Paul.


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