HoneyBee Canyon (North) Trail is a 2 mile out and back trail located near Tucson, AZ and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Easy Hiking in dry wash bed; great family fun This easy hike is perfect for a family outing, or early evening nature walk. From the parking lot head under the Ranco Vistoso Blvd. bridge, which will drop you down into a dry wash bed. For the rest of the hike follow the weaving dry wash bed until it dead ends at a 7' cement wall. Enjoy the great views: interesting rock formations, tall cactus and occasional glimpse of the Pusch Ridge Mountains. Trail runners will enjoy this pleasent hike, since the ground is nice and soft.
This is an easy hike, but still very enjoyable. Interestingly, I have seen a lot of animals on this hike before, even though it is fairly close to many houses.
The hike is even nice as a simple walk during evenings, because the sunset views are beautiful.
I live just a few miles from Honey Bee Canyon Park. Nice for a free, small, and easy-going hike. Very well kept.
I took my little dog out for a little walk up the wash. It was a beautiful sunny day and we made it about a half hour up the trail when she gave up due to the summer heat. Nice trail and we'll go back when it's cooler.
Did this trail a couple of weeks ago. Nice beginner trail down a sandy wash. Climbed up to a rock about 15ft. above the trail and had lunch near the end. Indian petroglyphs, some wildlife, and interesting rock formations. Didn't expect much being so close to the road and houses but it turned out nice. Only takes about an hour if you take your time and explore a little. You can also access the trailhead from Tangerine rd. turning at the Safeway on Rancho Vistoso. This puts you on the same side of the road as the pullout. It can be a little hard to spot, its got a small sign that says "park entrance". Very well kept restrooms and water fountains at trailhead. You can also access the Honeybee south trail from here.