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Greaterville Trail and East Sawmill Canyon Trail

Basics
Location:
About 48 miles south of Tucson in the Santa Rita Mountains
Length:
2.5 miles (#79), 4.4 miles (#146)
Difficulty:
Difficult
Elevation Change:
2300 feet
Season:
Year round

Description

The Greaterville Trail, combined with the East Sawmill Canyon Trail, provides access from the northeast to Florida Saddle, one of the major trail crossroads in the Santa Rita Range. The Greaterville and East Sawmill Canyon Trails pass through an area of rugged, scrub oak-clad ridges and forested canyons that slope gradually toward the Santa Ritas.

Details

Location:
About 48 miles south of Tucson in the Santa Rita Mountains
Length:
2.5 miles (#79), 4.4 miles (#146)
Difficulty:
Difficult
Elevation Change:
2300
Season:
Year round
Useful Map(s):
USGS: Mt. Wrightson

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