Where is Sabino Canyon?
At the foot of the Catalina Mountains, less than 12 miles from downtown Tucson, is the Sabino Canyon Recreation Area. It actually consists of two parts: Sabino Canyon and Bear Canyon.
In both Canyons, driving with private cars is prohibited. Bicycles are also only allowed to ride through the Canyon at certain times (from sunrise to 9:00 AM and after 17:00 pm). A paved road leads through Sabino Canyon. To get to the end of the canyon, you can comfortably climb into one of the Shuttles at the park entrance, enjoy the scenery and let yourself be rocked by the Canyon. The Shuttle, here briefly called Tram, goes over 9 small bridges that queer the Sabino Creek, to the end of the gorge. During the 3.8-mile ride, the riders tell a lot about the Canyon and its landscape. If you don’t want to, you don’t have to go to the end of the canyon, but can hop on and off at any of the 9 stops. The fare is $ 8 for adults and $ 4 for children from 3-12 years
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