Recent rains at the lower levels of the Santa Catalina Mountains and snow on Mt. Lemmon have resulted in Sabino Creek flowing over the low-water bridges in Sabino Canyon. These bridges were built in the 1930’s and are still providing tram access almost four miles into the canyon for visitors.
The current water level is down quite a bit from a week ago when the bridges were all covered entirely by the flowing water, now the over the bridge flow is maintained by the daily snowmelt on Mt. Lemmon.
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