Saguaro National Park Photography Gallery

Banded Gneiss Outcropping
Banded Gneiss Outcropping
Evergreen and Aspen Trees
Banded Gneiss Outcropping
Banded Gneiss Outcropping
Evergreens and Rocky Outcroppings
Pine Trees Above Desert
Raven Flying over Desert
Evergreens and Rocky Outcroppings
Large Desert View
Large Desert View
Large Desert View
Large Desert View
Large Desert View
Trail in Pine Tree Forest
Waterfall on Mica Mountain
Waterfall on Mica Mountain
Trail in Pine Tree Forest
Pine Tree Against Rincon Mountains
Oak Tree Trunks
Hiking Trail in Oak Forest
Hiking Trail in Oak Forest
Yucca Plant on Mountainside
High Desert Forest
Creek in Oak Forest
Rincon Valley Below Mountains
Santa Catalina Prairie Clovers
Rincon Peak over Grasslands
Rincon Peak over Grasslands
Moon Above Mica Mountain
Saguaro Cactus on Mountainside
Saguaro Cactus
Saguaro Cactus on Mountainside
Saguaros Below Mountain
Ocotillo in Bloom
Saguaro Cactus
Sonoran Desert Spring
Sonoran Desert Spring
Cactus and Wildflowers
Sonoran Desert Spring
Hiking Trail Through Saguaros
Ocotillo in Bloom
Hiking Trail Through Saguaros
Saguaros Below Mountain
Forest of Saguaro Cactus
Forest of Saguaro Cactus
Forest of Saguaro Cactus
Forest of Saguaro Cactus

Saguaro National Park Information

Saguaro National Park contains a fantastic diversity of flora and fauna. The park is named for the incredible and iconic saguaro cactus of the Sonoran Desert. These ancient desert trees cover the lower elevations of the park, which also climbs to over 8,500 feet above sea level to the top of Mica Mountain. It's here that the Arizona Trail connects park trails to give hikers a completely different taste of an ecosystem in one of southern Arizona's signature sky islands. At these higher elevations, Manning Camp is surrounded by ponderosa pine forests flourishing atop the sky island mountains. On the north side of Mica Mountain dramatic and expansive views of the high desert stretch for hundreds of miles. To the south are wonderful views of many other sky islands and valleys below. The park is also divided into two different blocks, an east block and a west block. The east block is where the Visitor Center is located as well as the majority of hiking trails. The west block also has stunning scenery and shares a border with the Tucson Mountain Park.

101 total photos in this gallery

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