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Access to the east side of the Tortolita Mountains.
The major trailhead in the Tortolita Mountains located near the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain.
Two visits to the east side of the Tortolita Mountains from the Crow Wash area.
Cover Page from Tortolita Preserve Hiking and Bike Map - Dove Mountain Hikers.
Cover Page from Pima County Regional Trail System Master Plan Map 2015.
Cover Page from Pima County Regional Trail System Master Plan 2012.
Cover Page from Tortolita Mountains Trail Map from Marana Park & Recreation.
Page 47 from Mountain Parks and the Sonoran Desert Conservation Concept Plan showing a Tortolita Mountain Park Draft Master Plan from the late 1990s.
Cover Page from Hiking The Tortolita Mountains - Dove Mountain Civic Group.
Cover Page from Wild Burro Canyon Trail Map - Dove Mountain Hikers.
Page 3 from Prehistoric Agave Cultivation in Southern Arizona.
The Dove Mountain Hikers annotated hiking and biking map of the Tortolita Mountains.
An article from Desert Plants, Volume 7, Number 2 titled Prehistoric Agave Cultivation in Southern Arizona with a focus on the area between the Santa Cruz River and Tortolita Mountains.
Pima Country Regional Trail System Master Plan Map - 2015 Version.
The 2012 Pima County Regional Trail System Master Plan, 2012.
Hiking map for the Tortolita Mountains from the Marana Parks and Recreation department.
A 1999 report discussing Mountain Parks and Preserves in Pima County and their potential role in conservation as part of the Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan.
A hiking guide for the Tortolita Mountains produced by the Dove Mountain Hikers.
An extensively notated map of the Wild Burro area of the Tortolita Mountains.
Wild Burro Trail.
Richard on the Wild Mustang Trail.
Petroglyphs above Wild Burro Canyon 02.
Petroglyphs above Wild Burro Canyon 01.
Alien bugs....
Lower left you can see the entrance of the N Old Ranch House Rd tunnel that leads into the Saguaro Ranch development.
Tortolita Atlatl Ridge Petroglyphs 03.
Tortolita Atlatl Ridge Petroglyphs 02.
Tortolita Atlatl Ridge Petroglyphs 04.
Tim nearing the crossing of Wild Burro Canyon.
Tortolita Atlatl Ridge Petroglyphs 01.
Windmill reflection in a tank below Crow Windmill
Burned area around Crow Wash in the Tortolita Mountains.
Green Tops in the Tortolita Mountains.
Mount Lemmon from the east side of the Tortolita Mountains.
New Growth.
Tortolita Burn.
Blue and Green Ninja.
Cochie Spring Trail.
Coming Down.
Looking towards Safford and Panther Peak.
Lower Section of Cochie Canyon.
Rock Formation above Cochie Canyon.
Wild Mustang Trail.
Running on the Wild Mustang Trail.
Wild Burro Canyon in the Sunset.
Looking at Picacho Peak and Picacho Mountains from the Coch.
Tortolita Atlatl Ridge Petroglyphs 05.
Dam in the Goat Corral Area in Wild Burro Canyon.
Recently Dedicated Wild Burro Trail Head.
World's Best Hiking Partner.
Old Building in Burro Canyon.
Looking down Burro Canyon.
Giant Boulder in Burro Canyon.
Heading back on the Wild Burro Trail.
Alamo Springs Trail - Heading up the hill after leaving the Wild Burro Trail
Dean on the Alamo Springs Trail.
Alison and Charles.
Alamo Springs Trail.
Yucca and Sky.
On the Alamo Springs Trail before the Spur to Wild Burro.
Heading up and out of a really interesting basin along the Alamo Springs Trail.
Looking Down into the Wild Burro Area from the Alamo Springs Trail.
White Flower in the Tortolita Mountains.
Alamo Springs trail flattening out.
Nice view - and excuse to stop - on the Wild Mustang Trail.
Tim on the Wild Burro Trail.
Tim on the Wild Mustang Trail.
Early start at the Wild Burro Trail in the Tortolita Mountains.
Wild Burro Trailhead Parking.
Flowers in the Tortolita Mountains.
Tortolita Mountains.
Panther and Sombrero from Wasson Peak.
Goat Corral from Above.
Goat Corral.
Crow Windmill.
Chia on the Loop Trail in the Tortolita Mountains.