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Roads Less Traveled: Saguaro National Park petroglyphs — Tucson Mountains, Ariz.

From the bloggers at Roads Less Traveled.

February 2016 – We have spent a lot of time in the Sonoran Desert in Central Arizona, but have not spent much time in Tucson down in the southern part of the state, other than racing the wildly insane El Tour de Tucson 100+ mile bicycle race long before we dreamed of becoming full-time travelers.

So, a trip to Saguaro National Park was long overdue for us.
Saguaro National Park Tucson Arizona field of cactus

Saguaro National Park is split into two sections, the Western section (the Tucson Mountains) and the Eastern section (the Rincon Mountains). Amazingly, these two vast national park systems hug the east and west flanks of the bustling city of Tucson, which is home to about a million people.

To read the full story by Roads Less Traveled, click here.

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