- Area: Santa Catalina Mountains - Top of the Mountain Hikes
- Google Map Coordinates: 32.42804900 -110.75567500
Driving Time and Distance
- Driving Time from Speedway/Campbell: 1 hour and 25 minutes
- Driving Distance from Speedway/Campbell: 39.9 miles
- Miles up Highway: 26.0 miles
- Side of the Highway: N/A
- Vehicle Access: Paved Roads/Passenger Car (Mountain Road - be careful of weather conditions!). Last 0.5 miles is closed to motor vehicles in winter (December 15 to March 1 - dates subject to change depending on weather/conditions).
- Fee: Yes ($5 or Interagency Pass - Coronado National Forest Fee Information)
Trails and Trailheads
- At This Trailhead: Aspen Trail, Marshall Gulch Trail, Sunset Trail, Picnic Area
- Nearby Trailheads and Parking: Mint Spring Trailhead is located in Summerhaven
- Restrooms: Yes
- Water: No
- In winter (December 15 to March 1 - dates subject to change depending on weather/conditions) the final 0.5 miles of the drive will often be closed to motor vehicles, there is limited parking off the road near the gate. In winter the road is still open to non-motorized travel and the trailhead is open.
- This area is popular and is often very crowded on weekends/holidays.
- Drive East on Speedway (5.0 miles)
- Left on Wilmot and continue on Tanque Verde (4.3 miles)
- Left on Catalina Highway (29.3 miles)
- Continue thru Summerhaven on Sabino Canyon Parkway - most of the year you can drive 1.2 miles to the trailhead at the end of the road. In winter (December 15 to March 1 depending on the weather) the final 0.5 miles of the drive (Marshall Gulch Road) will often be closed to vehicles, there is limited parking off the road near the gate. In winter the road is still open to foot traffic and the trailhead is open.
- Regardless of the time of year parking can be a challenge on popular holidays/weekends.
Driving Directions - Map
All Trailheads - Map
- 2017/8/18 – Img Srcset update, added all trailheads map