Chiva Falls Trails – Tucson – Tucson, Arizona Photos
What The Bike Bandit Says About Chiva Falls Moutain Bike Trails
Jason, The Bike Bandit
TUCSON, Arizona – Mountain Biking – Riding to the trailhead #1 is the most challenging part of the ride. Redington Road comes a bit of a tough ride. Ideally, park your vehicle at the end of the pavement and ride up to Trail Head #2 which is about 7.5 miles of somewhat tough climbing. Initially, this jeep trail appears unbearable. Don’t be bothered with it as the bike ride will get easier. You can enjoy the scenery and cool weather.
This is a extraordinary cool weather ride. It would even be more spectacular if you can ride shortly after winter. Mostly jeep trail with a lot of traffic from off road vehicles and hikers. There is something for every ability and bike ride level although those not in great shape may be in for a hike-a-bike.
Directions to Chiva Falls Mountain Bike Trails – Tucson, Arizona
Directions: Ride along Tanque Verde East until you reach Redington Road. There are several options at the end of the pavement: 1) Park immediately and ride (It’s a long, tough climb!); 2) Drive as far as your car can reach and then ride; 3) Go all the way up to the trailhead and park, which is 4.5 miles up Redington Road from where the pavement ends. You will find a Corral on the left and a large, cleared parking area on the right. There will mostly like be cars. The second trailhead is around 3.5 miles further up Redington Road. It is also on the right although not larger and as marked.