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10 INCREDIBLE THINGS TO DO IN SAGUARO
Saguaro is a fantastic place to wander dry washes and winding trails, smelling the sweet scented air and stopping to admire cacti and scurrying wildlife.
Signal Hill Petroglyphs
Saguaro is littered with remnants of bygone eras, but none are more fascinating than the petroglyphs left behind by the areas original inhabitants.
Take a Scenic Bike Ride
Saguaro National Park East features a one-way loop road (Cactus Forest Drive) that is ideal for biking.
Hike the Desert Ecology Trail
This beautiful 1/4 mile paved loop trail takes visitors through a perfect subsection of the Sonoran Desert.
See Javelina Rocks
Towards the end of the loop road in the Eastern District of the park you'll come upon Javelina Rocks – the perfect place to take in a majestic Arizona sunset.
Admire The Saguaros
Did you know it takes a saguaro 50-75 years to grow it's first arm? Just imagine how old the one pictured here is.
Hike Wasson Peak
From the Wasson Peak summit you'll have panoramic views of the surround desert and mountains stretching far into the distance.
Take in A Sunset
Saguaro National Park is home to some of the most magnificent sunsets you'll find anywhere in the national park system.
Hike the Loma Verde Trail
The Loma Verde Trail is a 3.8 mile loop that offers a terrific variety of scenery including an abandoned mine.
There's nothing quite like drinking in a star-studded sky on a warm desert night.
BEST THINGS TO DO IN SAGUARO National Park
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