Santa Rita Mountain Foothills Photography Gallery

Rincon Mountains Above the Arizona Trail
Rincon Mountains Above the Arizona Trail
Arizona Trail Descending Toward Valley
Collection of Spanish Bayonet
Hiking Trail Below Rincon Mountains
Hiking Trail Below Rincon Mountains
Hiking Trail in Desert Hills
Blooming Yucca Plant
Ocotillo and Blooming Spanish Bayonet
Blooming Yucca and Ocotillo
Prickly Pear Cactus in Grasslands
Rocky Drainage in Foothills
Prickly Pear Cactus
Desert Bloom in Foothills
Wildflowers and Prickly Pear Cactus
Sonoran Desert Grasslands
Ocotillo on Desert Hillside
Sonoran Desert Grasslands
Small Shaded Desert Valley
Mount Wrightson Above Mountains and Foothills
Parry's Penstemon Wildflowers and Ocotillo
Yellow Wildflower in Bloom
Hiking Trail in Desert Hills
Mesquite Trees in Desert Grasslands
Blooming Ocotillo in Sunlight
Mesquite Tree in Desert Grasslands
Sonoran Desert Grasslands
Northern Santa Rita Mountain Foothills
Northern Santa Rita Mountain Foothills
Red-Tailed Hawk in Flight
Ocotillo on Desert Hillside
Ocotillo on Desert Hillside
Dry Creek in Desert Canyon
Dry Creek in Desert Canyon
Hiking Trail Through Ocotillo
Ocotillo on Desert Hillside
Rincon Mountains Above Desert Hills
Rincon Mountains Above Desert Hills
Rincon Mountains Above Desert Hills
High Desert Stretching to Mountains
Rincon Mountains Above Desert Hills
Oak Trees in Desert Grasslands
Foothills Below Distant Mountains
Rincon Mountains Beyond Foothills
Wavey Lines of Foothills
Santa Rita Mountain Foothills
Santa Rita Mountains and Foothills
Rincon Mountains Above Arizona Trail

Santa Rita Mountain Foothills Information

The northern Santa Rita Mountain foothills stretch out in a large expanse around the sky island of the Santa Rita Mountains. Covered in Sonoran Desert grasslands, the landscape is comprised of tall desert grasses and oak, juniper, and pinyon pine trees. The Arizona Trail follows the Santa Rita Mountains out of their higher elevations northward through the rolling foothills before they completely flatten out at the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area. The trail also passes through the popular Kentucky Camp, an historic mining camp that now provides a quiet escape into the solitude of the foothills.

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