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Agua Caliente Hill- Dog Hike ( Dog Optional)

Summary: Agua Caliente Hill is uniquely positioned between Tucson's Santa Catalina Mountains, and the Rincon Mountains. The hike is relatively long and strenuous but the incredible views of both mountain ranges make it well worth the effort. The views from the peak are excellent. This is a great location to view Tanque Verde Peak and the Douglas Springs route to Mica Mountain. Distance: 9.25 miles round trip Elevation Gain: 3018 ft Hike Time: 7 hours Difficulty: Strenuous Meet at Le Buzz, and we'll proceed to the trail head. Hike at your own risk, and bring soup.

It may rain, so be prepared.

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  • ginny D.

    Sounds good, but a little short notice.

    February 10, 2013

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