Finger Rock Trail exploding with colorful wildflowers in Tucson
The wildflowers are really popping out along Finger Rock Trail in Tucson’s Catalina Mountains. While there are already many flowers in bloom along the trail, the next two weeks will be even better.
The “Poppy” wildflowers start right as the trail takes a steeper incline about an hour in the initial more level trail. So, even if you don’t want to walk a more difficult trail, just hike it for 30 yards to see some spectacular flowers.
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Posted on April 5, 2010, in arizona, birding, cactus, flowers, gardening, gardens, hiking, nature, photography, plants, restaurants, travel, tucson, wildlife and tagged arizona, arizona tourism, birding, flower, flowers, hiking, nature, photography, southern arizona, wildflowers, wildlife. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.