Saguaro National Park – Tucson, Arizona

On the way back from our trip to southern Arizona we stopped at the Saguaro National Park (I believe it was East – if I am wrong please correct me)!

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We started off by driving thru the scenic loop drive. Be careful here as so many bicycle riders. Which can be rather distracting.

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It was a beautiful park and a beautiful day.

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The cactus here are so tall, difficult to show in the photos.

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After stopping at all the pull-offs on the loop we stopped to take a hike. Remember to always take a lot of water with you, winter or summer. It started off as an easy hike, but got pretty difficult 1/2 thru, but we made it.

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Love the roots on this tree!

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My favorite Saguaro of the day …

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I need to get back down there to check out the West Saguaro National Park, that I believe is like a forest of cactus.

It was a beautiful park and I would totally recommend visiting it when you are in Tucson. Remember take lots of water!

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