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Located in the heart of Tucson, Tumamoc Hill is like the city's own Central Park. Hikes here offer beautiful city views and a wonderful photographic way to capture #RCMemories.
If you climbed this hill every day you'd be in excellent shape!
Great hike in the city. Very busy at night, bring a flashlight and watch out for idiots stopping in the middle of the path
Not bad. My first time trying to hike it and only able to make it halfway
Don't run down the two steep parts, unless you wanna risk bruised ribs like myself!
Be prepared to sweat
Catch one of a kind sunsets early morning here!
Great views of Tucson and a Great workout
Great leg workout
best way to get your heart pumping :)
It's incredibly steep, but worth making it all the way to the top. NO DOGS ALLOWED, and you have to be off of the mountain by 7am during the week and can't go up until after 5pm.
Drive, walk, or ride your bike here and prepare for an intense calve workout. Its also really great for lower back/ hip flexor strengthening if you maintain posture while you walk.
Great hiking workout! Just watch out with snakes. Yesterday we saw 3 really long rattle snakes on the side of the pavement. Make sure to take a flash light in the afternoon!
Mountain is closed mon-Wednesday this week. March 18-20. Go to Sentinal Peak Park.
Catch me if you can!
As of Today TPD/UA police Will be enforcing/restricting times you can Walk Now
Walk the incline on your Tippy Toes for Calves that will get a 2nd Look ;)
Great workout. The really impressive people are the ones pushing double strollers all the way up.. PS be prepared for some ass-kicking incline after the half way point.
This hike is a great training run if you're looking to do the Bisbee 1,000. Up hill and around the same total distance.
Challenging hike! Great views of the city from the top. Paved road with switchbacks. It's a university research center, so there are restrictions on when it's open to the public.