Wild Burro Canyon

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Location Tucson, AZ
Rating Moderate,
Length 8mi
Time 2hrs

Vehicle Types

Overview

Mostly easy, in-and-out SUV road.

CLOSED

If you’re short on time, but itching to do a little four-wheeling, give this fun trail a try. The first two-thirds cuts across a fairly flat area with many side washes to explore. The last section climbs into low foothills and offers a short section of moderate rock crawling. Ends at an interesting dam and archaeological site. A great area for ATVs, UTVs and dirt bikes. Watch for mountain bikers. Carry a State Trust Land permit (see page 16).

Rating

Moderate
Trail Ratings Defined

Easy road to Wpt. 03, where a steep rocky climb will test less aggressive SUVs. We managed it in our stock Grand Cherokee with careful tire placement and a good spotter.

Stats

Length

8mi

Time

2hrs

High Point

4,134ft

Best Time To Go

Feb-May, Sept-Nov

Current Conditions

(602) 542-4631Mix of private and State Trust Land

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Trail Updates

03/05/2016
Submitted by Tim Naylor
Trail Closed. This area is scheduled for a major copper mining operation and the trail has been shut down by the mine owners, Rosemont Copper.

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