Where is Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway?
Mount Lemmon (Oodham: Babad DOAG), with a peak height of 2,792 m, is the highest point in the Santa Catalina Mountains.
It is located in the Coronado National Forest north of Tucson, Arizona, USA. Mount Lemmon was named after botanist Sara Plummer Lemmon, who moved to the top of the mountain on horseback and on foot in 1881 with her husband and EO Stratton, a local rancher. It is reported that the Mount Lemmon Ski Valley is located on the northeast side of the mountain, receiving 200 inches (508 cm) of snow per year.
How long does it take to drive up Mount Lemmon?
Can you drive up Mount Lemmon?
How far is it to Mount Lemmon?
How far is it from Tucson to Mount Lemmon?
What is there to do at Mount Lemmon?
How far is Mount Lemmon from Phoenix?