Activities & Features
The Sendero Esperanza Trail is a moderate day hike in Saguaro National Park near Tucson Arizona. The park says "this trailhead is approximately 6 miles from the Red Hills Visitor Center, 1.5 miles east of the intersection of Hohokam Road and Golden Gate Road. The first mile of trail follows the sandy path of an old mine road. The next .7 mile climbs a series of switchbacks to the top of the ridge where it crosses the Hugh Norris Trail. The trail then descends 1.4 miles on the western side of the range to Mam-A-Gah Picnic Area and the King Canyon Trail. It is .9 miles down the King Canyon Trail to Kinney Road, directly across from the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum." There is camping available in Saguaro National Park.
Entrance and Camping Fees
Contact: Saguaro National Park 3693 South Old Spanish Trail Tucson, AZ 85730