Black Rock Loop Trail is a 4.6 mile moderately 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, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
The natural-surface Sweetwater Trailhead is located at the southern end of Tortolita Road. The preserve is open dawn to dusk. Dogs are permitted on leash The Sweetwater Preserve is a 703.26 acre preserve located in the eastern foothills of the Tucson Mountains of Southern Arizona, west of Tucson. Within approximately one-half mile of the Preserve are Saguaro National Parks Tucson Mountain District, and a biological research preserve owned by the University of Arizona. Tucson Mountain Park is also located a short distance to the south. The lands that comprise the Sweetwater Preserve were acquired using monies from the 2004 Open Space Bond measure. The community strongly supported acquisition of this property and worked diligently to realize the establishment of this preserve. The natural-surface Sweetwater Trailhead is located at the southern end of Tortolita Road. The preserve is open dawn to dusk. Dogs are permitted on leash.
Pretty rolling walk through a ton of big fat saguaros. Would be a great trail for trail running. This is in no way a moderate trail; it's very easy. Mostly flat, well maintained with a few rocks. Watch out for mountain bikers!
beautiful, but there are a lot of bikes to watch out for
Beautiful hike in the Sweetwater Preserve.