Bittersweet, Camaro, and Sunset Pass Trails Loop

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Tucson Mountain Park

Bittersweet, Camaro, and Sunset Pass Trails Loop is a 3.3 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Tucson, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Length3.3 miElevation gain252 ftRoute typeLoop
kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingRunningViewsWildflowersWildlifeRockyNo shadeNo dogs
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Getting There

This trail is in the Robles Pass area of Tucson Mountain Park.

Google maps will direct you to turn on W Calle Don Monte which is a PRIVATE property with a non 2WD friendly side road. From S Bilbray Ave take Coyote Ridge up instead and it will bring you right to the trailhead.

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Reviews (138)
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Recordings (140)
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Jacob Duran
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Debi Kaufman
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CJ Johnson
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Kelsey Morrisson
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Hiking

Absolutely gorgeous trail! Bittersweet trail is surrounded by a lot of beautiful wildlife. Pretty easy hike, just be careful about sections with a lot of lose rock.

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Carrie Hudson
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GPS directions took me down a private dead end road. Take the next road down to access the trailhead.

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Todd Stopen
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got off trail when looking for sunset trail, but nice scenery and great hike.

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greg olson
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1 LooseCannon
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Someone decorated the trailhead very cute. 3rd photo. 1st photo is of the Camaro abandoned sometime in the distant past far from any road. Puzzle as to how it got there.

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Denise Olson
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Ayse Forier
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Lana T
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Still extremely hot after 10am. I felt burnt when I finished (despite all the sun protection). Keep in mind the last mile in/out to the trail is on an unpaved road. This means other trails nearby are too, and parking is kinda wherever you find it. Scenery is not much different than anywhere around except for the fun trinkets on the roads but you can already see them on the photos. Some nice views of the city too.

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Manny Gonzalez
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Sara Sherman
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Really great views, rocky trail but good for a run, lots of off-trail options.

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Stephanie Tsang
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Derek Bierd
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Hiking

Great running trail. Huge crested saguaro 2/3 of a mile in going clockwise. Excellent views of the Tucson valley and surrounding hills. Saguaros all around.

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Bri Reilly
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When I mapped this trail from the AllTrails app, Google maps had me turn on W Calle Don Monte which led me to a private property with a non 2WD friendly side “road. ” From S Bilbray Ave take Coyote Ridge up instead and it will bring you right to the trailhead! Was a nice little loop and was well marked as other trails crossed it. Nice little crested saguaro on the right at the beginning of you go clockwise too! Would be great for a trail run or easy mountain bike trail as it is very flat. Enjoyed it very much. Happy Trails Friends!

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Kaitlyn Alvarez
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Nice morning walk!

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Julio Cortez
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Austin Thomas
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For anyone wondering, this trail allows dogs. https://webcms.pima.gov/government/natural_resources_parks_and_recreation/trails_and_paths/

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Julius Schlosburg
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Not sure why this is listed as a backpacking trail - you cannot camp in TMP. Also - DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON ANY TRAIL IN TUCSON MOUNTAIN PARK. I don't understand why there is so much confusion around this. It is listed in the park rules explicitly and if you call Pima Country they will confirm. Please do not bring your dog into the park. Sweetwater Preserver (different than Sweetwater Wetlands but nearby) is an absolutely wonderful trail system that is just a little further North in the Tucson Mountains, offers similar views and does allow dogs.

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Victor Terrazas
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Great conditions today, full sun but temp stayed below 90s. Only came across one other Mt biker.

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Ebony Jeffries
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Took a wrong turn but ALLTRAILS has really good and accurate directions!! Had fun scared myself a bit

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Natalie Wagner
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Marcus Reynolds
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Terra Cahill
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My first trail since I got back to Arizona and Roma’s first hike with me. It was a nice trail, but I agree about the road noise (nothing you can do about that) and the rocks being painful for doggie paws. There also was a decent amount of what I think was horse poop that we passed. It was quiet... we only saw two mountain bikers on the hike. Enjoyed it and it was a great warmup hike for the doggo. The gravel road to get to the trail and my car didn’t get along, however.... may need something else if we move here!!

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B Meade
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Well maintained & marked trails! Close to nearby roads, but this is expected as the map shows the trails sitting in between Mission, Ajo & Irvington.

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Alan Havens
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dog friendly but very sharp rocks. her poor paws.

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Waris Anderson
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I liked the trail overall but a portion of it is close to a road so you get the sound of traffic, which I don’t like when I hike. We hiked it on a holiday and we only saw 4 other people, so it was pretty lightly trafficked.

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Jessica Mendibles
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