Southern Arizona Hiking Club

Hiking the Mountains, Canyons & Trails of Southern Arizona for Over 60 Years

Join the Southern Arizona Hiking Club

Suizo Mountains Picacho PeakGrand Canyon trogon Cumero Petroglyph Snowy AZ Trail Passage 56 Ninety Six Hills Climb Morning flight Cumero Mountains in January Bug Springs HikeEast Fork of Ash CreekRagged Top at Ironwood Nat. Mnt.Picket Post mailboxSierra Ancha moon

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suizo Mountains.................. Table Tooth Mountain.................. Grand Canyon.................. elegant trogon .........................Cumero Petroglyph..................Bug Springs Hike in December.................. Snowy AZ Trail Passage 56.................. Morning flight.................. Cumero Mountains in January.................. Climbing Tabletooth Mountain.................. Bug Springs Hike.................. East Fork of Ash Creek.................. Ragged Top at Ironwood Nat. Mnt................... Picket Post mailbox................... Sierra Ancha moon..................

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Experience the natural wonders of Arizona with Tucson's leading hiking club

Discover places you otherwise wouldn't visit on your own. Form lasting friendships in the process. With more than 700 members and 60 guides, our club offers a wide range of weekly guided activities - mall walking to peak bagging - easy to strenuous. And members are free to participate when and where they choose. No advance notice usually needed, Just show up and go.


Membership Information


The club has guided hikes on:

  • Peaks, mountain ranges, canyons and urban walks
  • Over 40 monthly hikes and events
  • Experienced guides
  • Historical walks
  • Backpacking
  • Extended outdoor trips
  • New member hikes
  • WalkingAchievement awards
  • Social activities and picnics
  • Monthly Programs
  • Conservation and volunteer trail maintenance
  • Club Store

Join us , the Southern Arizona Hiking Club



An Information Meeting, for new members and anyone interested in finding out more about the Club, is held at 6:15 PM, every third Tuesday of the month at the Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation (TOMF) Conference Center located at 3182 N Swan Road, Tucson, AZ 85712

A Program Meeting, open to all, is held following at 7 PM. Speakers present on a wide variety of subjects ranging from local and international hiking to desert wildlife.

The next meeting is on Tuesday, May 21st A program entitled "Hacienda de la Canoa: Legacy of a Historic Southern Arizona Ranch" will be presented by Simon Herbert, architectural preservationist with Pima County and will cover the history, rehabilitation process. He will share some insights on what was once one of the Southern Arizona’s largest ranches, now open to the public. Canoa Ranch began as a 17,000-acre Spanish land grant in 1821. For additional information, supplementing his talk, click here


From The Current SAHC eBulletin
President's Message
(eBulletin Apri 20, 2019)
            
SAHC Board Nominations
(posted March 6, 2019)
 

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