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Tortolita Ridgeline Trail - 7 members in 28 triplogs have rated this an average 3.7 ( 1 to 5 best )
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Apr 25 2021
fricknaley
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Tortolita Ridgeline TrailTucson, AZ
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fricknaley
Run/Jog12.35 Miles 1,762 AEG
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wanted to get one last good run in out here before it gets too hot.

went clockwise this time. warm but not overbearing. a merciful breeze kept it nice.
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Mar 21 2021
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Tortolitas Super LoopTucson, AZ
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trekkin_gecko
Hiking16.78 Miles 3,297 AEG
Hiking16.78 Miles   5 Hrs   57 Mns   3.03 mph
3,297 ft AEG      25 Mns Break
 
1st trip
last minute plans to check out the tortolitas
we had discussed doing so on our way back from wasson peak last week
we chose the shorter of the two super loop tracks posted
only and hour and a half from the valley, got going around 0630 or so from the very nice wild burro trailhead
there is a good trail map available to the kiosk
wild burro (rather than just taking the wash) to the point where all the trails converge and set out on upper javelina
fun trail, enjoyable ascent, good views once up high
next was wild mustang - thought the west end was better than the east
back on wild burro trail, dropped down to the windmill and dam area
took a short break and headed up the gentle switchbacks on the loop trail
best views of the day from the ridgeline trail, although this and the loop trail revealed quite a bit of burn area
took a longer snack break at an overlook, with views of the santa catalinas, santa ritas, wasson peak and baboquivari
returned on alamo springs trail, which was my favorite of the day, even with some additional elevation gain
all of the trails were in beautiful shape
you could look around without watching your footing every minute
an interesting range and very pleasant hiking
the loop gave us a good overview of the area, and the chance to hit most of the trails
route scout mileage seemed a little high compared to some other tracks
glad we did this one, john - nice to see some new territory
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Tortolitas Super LoopTucson, AZ
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Hiking16.78 Miles 3,297 AEG
Hiking16.78 Miles   5 Hrs   57 Mns   3.03 mph
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Last week we talked about this hike, then things worked out the night before so we were on. First time in the Tortolitas for both of us. Nice trails, good scenery, great weather. No complaints.
We didn't see anybody the first 3/4 of the hike then more and more people as we approached the trailhead as expected. Hiked through a few miles of burn. Not too depressing. Seems like it will recover in a few years. Saw just a few wildflowers.
Fun hike. Thanks Kelly. :)
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Feb 06 2021
SpiderLegs
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 Tucson, AZ
Wild Burro Trail - Tortolita MountainsTucson, AZ
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Run/Jog13.20 Miles 1,790 AEG
Run/Jog13.20 Miles   2 Hrs   45 Mns   4.80 mph
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After last weekend's debacle I wanted to get in a half marathon run. Didn't have time to go back up to Oracle, so picked my local half marathon course. Went up Wild Burro and looped back around on the Ridgeline Trail along with some miles on the Alamo Springs Loop.

Chilly to start and just when I was getting warmed up, had to battle gusty winds for about an hour. Worst part of the run was bumping into mountain bikers that felt no need to yield and cursed at me for standing my ground. Ran into at least a dozen cyclists today and just a few real jerks.

Got back to the trailhead parking lot and was shocked. The entire lot was full, cars were circling the lot looking for spaces and some people were starting to park in the employee lot for the Ritz. Don't think I've ever seen the trailhead lot more than 75% full. Hope that most of this is from snowbirds and not a new trend.
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Jan 17 2021
fricknaley
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Tortolita Ridgeline TrailTucson, AZ
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fricknaley
Run/Jog12.40 Miles 1,778 AEG
Run/Jog12.40 Miles   2 Hrs   33 Mns   5.03 mph
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wild burro out to the ridgeline. went CCW. at about 1.4 miles from the ridgeline/alamo springs junction, the ridgeline is burned from this summer's fire all the way to the wild burro junction by the spring/tank. the trail is still in perfectly fine shape but i didn't necessarily expect the burn so it caught me off guard.

gorgeous morning. just perfect. still feeling quite off and struggled more than i should, but at least i got this one done. sheesh
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Apr 25 2020
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Wild Burro Trail - Tortolita MountainsTucson, AZ
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Run/Jog13.10 Miles 1,708 AEG
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The Grand Canyon is closed and all my races cancelled, so needed something to motivate me to get out today. Came up with the Wild Burro Half Marathon. Left at 5 AM and it was still pretty hazy, so went straight up the wash because I knew there wouldn't be any hazards to trip over. For this loop I decided to counter clockwise, kept going up Wild Burro until I hit the Alamo Springs Spur trail and took that up. From there kept going on Alamo Spring until I hit the Ridgeline Trail.

What can I say about the Ridgeline Trail, it is simply a blast to run on. From chatting with the park's trail steward the Ridgeline Trail was designed with mountain bikes in mind. So the grades going up and down are never too severe. Even going uphill I could run most of the trail. Plus it's a tad bit wider and cleaner than the other trails in the park. You can open it up without worrying too much about stumbling over any roots or rocks. Plus if you go in the morning, the trail is set up on the west side of the ridge, so most of that part of the run was in the shade. The intersection with Wild Burro has been re-signed. I complained about how vague the signage was last year and the parks department sent someone out there to fix it.

Hopped on Wild Burro and took it all the way back to my car. Noticed that because I had run straight through the wash instead of taking the actual Wild Burro trail in places I came up short on my half marathon attempt. So ran a few laps around the parking lot to make it 13.1 miles.
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Jan 01 2020
RedwallNHops
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 Tucson, AZ
Tortalitas loop, AZ 
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Hiking16.50 Miles 3,675 AEG
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We meant to do the Tortalitas super loop posted here, but missed a junction so it ended up being slightly shorter. Still a great day.
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Hiking16.50 Miles 3,675 AEG
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Great way to get 2020 started! I saw 5 created saguaros!
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fricknaley
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Run/Jog16.14 Miles 2,956 AEG
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Alamo Springs - Ridgeline - Wild Burro - Wild Mustang - Upper Javalina

Ideal weather. Amazing assortment of flowers. saw a large gila monster, baby rattler and an owl :lol:
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Feb 24 2019
fricknaley
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Run/Jog13.10 Miles 1,923 AEG
Run/Jog13.10 Miles   2 Hrs   42 Mns   4.91 mph
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gorgeous day out there. still some decent snow farther back on the ridgeline and loop. areas of slippery slop too!
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Dec 17 2018
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Tortolita Mountains Super Loop, AZ 
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Hiking avatar Dec 17 2018
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Hiking18.88 Miles 3,366 AEG
Hiking18.88 Miles   9 Hrs   33 Mns   2.46 mph
3,366 ft AEG   1 Hour   53 Mns Break20 LBS Pack
 
1st trip
I have lived in Tucson 60 years and have never been to the Tortolita Mountains. I decided it was time to fix that. The Tortolita Mountains are the northern most of the three metamorphic core complexes in the Tucson area. These Mountains were formed as the west coast was spreading and granitic plutons floated up against the existing Granitic and sedimentary rocks. At the same time the valleys were sinking. (Tucson sain sank 17000 feet in some places). Like describing a chocolate candy they have a Granite core with a layer of Gneiss and a top layer of metamorphosed sedimentary rock. As the pluton rose it created the Gneiss and metamorphosed the sedimentary rock above that. On the taller mountains the granite sticks out on top and the Gneiss and sedimentary rocks slid down the sides of the pluton. Enough of the Geology lecture and on with the hike.

For the first hike in these mountains I decided to do the Tortolita Super Loop as described in HAZ. This hike not only touches a potion of all the trails in the Tortolitas it also has a good section of off trail route finding. These trails are some of the best maintained trails I have seen in a remote area, they have done a nice job. These mountains are a low lying desert mountain with an elevation from 3000 to 4500 feet. But with this hike you will still get an AEG of 3700 feet.(HAZ Route shows only 3366, Don't know where the other 350 went)

I started at the Wild Burro trail head where almost any hike you do in these mountains start. There are multiple options in this section for doing this loop but the one I chose was the Wild Burro to the Alamo Spring then the Lower Javelina to the Alamo Spring Spur back to the Alamo Spring Trail. After this the route is determined by the trails available, Ridgeline Wild Burro and then the Cochie Trail. There are great views along the Ridgeline Trail of the Catalinas to the southeast and the Tucson and Quinlin Mountains to the Southwest and Picacho and Newman Peak to the northwest. The Ridgeline Trail heads east along the ridge that separates Wild Burro Canyon and Rueles Canyon. At any point along this ridge short side trips can be taken up to ridge to look down into Rueles Canyon (most of which is private property). The Ridgeline Trail ends where the ridge takes on a northern direction toward Wild Burro Canyon. From here to Wild Burro Canyon you are on the Wild Burro Loop Trail, Odd name for this trail. I think it should be called the Wild Burro Ridgeline Connector or just make it a continuation of the Ridgeline Trail. Oh well what’s in a name.

I took a lunch break at the Windmill and tank at where the Wild Burro Loop Trail ends and the Wild Burro Canyon Trail begins. The wind mill is now solar powered and the water tank was full of water and wasps. There is also an old cement dam that is doing a great job of holding back sand, also a stone corral just east of that (I believe this is Goat Corral). The Wild Burro trail to the Wild Mustang Trail is in great condition and goes pretty fast. Took the Wild Mustang trail for a couple hundred yards where it crosses a creek and the cross country portion of the hike begins.

There is no trail along the cross country portion, Cochie Wild Burro Connector. I followed the route I downloaded to my GPS and it was easier than I thought. Ran into a couple of people maintaining the upper Wild Burro Trail and they told me to watch for rock cairns and a slight trail, if you don’t see either you are off trail. They were right you could see a slight trail there (better than some of the other so called designated trails I have seen). The “trail” is faint but it is visible and it doesn’t take good drugs to visualize it. When the trail disappeared you look for the rock cairns. The two times I got off trail I knew it because I didn’t see the “trail” or rock Cairns. Once you hit the high point on the ridge overlooking Cochie Canyon there is a quarter mile section down to the saddle below that is an exception, you are on your own to find a good route. Be prepared to get poked, stuck and pricked by every stickery thing in the desert. Shed a lot of blood on this stretch. Once down to the small saddle the route is along a ridge all the Way to Cochie Creek and Cochie Spring. Once again the faint trail can be seen. Cochie Spring was dry although I did not look in the cement water tank to see if there was water in it. The Aermotor wind mill still turns when the wind is blowing but makes a terrible squeaking noise like it is in need of oil. I took a break here to the sound of birds and the squeaky windmill.

It was now 3:00 and I still had 5 miles to go. I should have no issue getting back by 5:00 and sunset. Fairly easy going along the Cochie, Wild Mustang and Upper Javelina Trail back to the trail head. The Cochie Trail gets a little old as it travels up then down ravines coming off of the ridge between Cochie and Wild Mustang Canyon. Then again it might not be all that bad it could just be that I was tired and ready to be done. Either way this was a great hike and I will be back this week to finish up the trails I didn’t get to do today.
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Sep 15 2018
fricknaley
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Run/Jog13.00 Miles 1,775 AEG
Run/Jog13.00 Miles   2 Hrs   51 Mns   4.73 mph
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good route using wild burro and tortolita ridgeline. i ran it CCW for the first and may prefer this way. very nice!

saw a coral snake, nice big tortoise and several horses way out by the wild burro spring. that seemed odd. they ran right up the hillside when they saw me!

got pretty toasty at the end
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SpiderLegs
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Wild Burro Wash - Tortolita MountainsTucson, AZ
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Run/Jog14.60 Miles 2,075 AEG
Run/Jog14.60 Miles   3 Hrs   25 Mns   4.27 mph
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This range is quickly turning into one of my favorites for running. The trails are generally well marked, nice and wide and made for hiking, running and mountain biking. Plus the climbs are just long enough to be a work out, but not so long it turns into a slog. So even with over 2000 feet of climbing I could still run 90% of this loop.

Did a lollipop loop up Wild Burro and turned off on Alamo Springs. Stayed on Alamo Springs for a quarter mile until the turn off to the Ridgeline Trail. No other words do it justice, other than a fun trail to run and reminded me why I like to trail run. Remained on the Ridgeline and continued on the loop connector trail back to Wild Burro. Plus another upshot to this trail is that it is almost entirely in the shade first thing in the morning.

Here is where the fun began. For the most part the trails in this park are well laid out and signed well. I followed what appeared to be the most obvious trail with lots of footprints and tire tracks. After about a mile I noticed that the Catalina's were getting closer, not farther like they should. Turned around and went back up to the top of the hill to catch a signal on my phone. Quickly opened up Route Scout and downloaded a map that showed how far off course I was. Even when I got within 20 yards of the trail I had to search for the right trail. Be aware around the windmill & water tank at the end of Wild Burro to avoid going off on what appears to be a well used unofficial trail. On my map it was called simply a 4WD road.

What started out as a 12 mile run turned into an almost 15 mile run. Had it been a few degrees cooler, not a big deal. But in 90 degrees and very sunny, it wore me out. My beers this afternoon will be well earned.
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Run/Jog12.75 Miles 1,925 AEG
Run/Jog12.75 Miles   2 Hrs   44 Mns   4.69 mph
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good long run. flowers are slowly starting up out here. perfect temps

ran with fast Jenny
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Dec 18 2016
fricknaley
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fricknaley
Hiking15.59 Miles 3,005 AEG
Hiking15.59 Miles   5 Hrs   12 Mns   3.00 mph
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JJ came down to join me for a nice big loop in the Tortolitas. We did Upper Jav - Wild Mustang - Wild Burro - Tortolita Ridgeline - Alamo Springs.

perfect day for this one. the miles went by really fast.
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Dec 18 2016
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Hiking15.59 Miles 3,005 AEG
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It's always enjoyable hiking with Dr. Frick. Especially in the Tortolita's on a breezy December morning. At first I thought we were going to freeze and then the sun came out and saved the day. This one is a great leg stretcher.
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Hiking17.73 Miles 3,254 AEG
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I met up with JJ and Dave at the Wild Burro TH just a bit after 8:00 and we commenced to burning up the trail. Early on, we had just enough sunshine to keep us from freezing, but well before the half way mark we had a pretty comfortable balance of sun and shade that lasted the rest of the hike. This one covers quite a lot of ground and though the elevation gain seems kind of low, you pick it up quickly in just a few spots, so it’s not easy gain. This was a tough little trot in an area that I intend to further explore.

Thanks to Dave and JJ for guiding this one. I had no track loaded, so had no clue what to do or where to go. Till next time…
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Dec 30 2015
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Hiking17.44 Miles 3,303 AEG
Hiking17.44 Miles   5 Hrs   57 Mns   3.09 mph
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We had planned on doing Kimball/Window via Finger Rock, but the cold temps had us looking at the last minute for something a little lower in elevation, so JJ & I introduced Mountain Rat to the Tortolita Superloop. Started just after 8, and moved through it fairly quickly. All the trails are super easy to follow with the exception of the old, unnamed trail you take on the superloop to connect the end of Cochie Canyon to the dropdown onto Wild Mustang. It was a little overgrown in spots, and involves that short, steep ascent over the ridge.

Today I was wearing leather boots, and during the our time in that particular section, the glue gave way with the sole on my right boot and I had a flopper. It came loose from the toe all the way to the arch on my right foot. Thankfully it was easily remedied with some good ole duct tape...few swipes around and it was fine the rest of the day. Once we were done with that section and was onto Wild Mustang, the left boot did the same...giving way from toe to the ball of my left foot. Little more duct tape, here we come.

This was the first time I've done the whole loop in nearly 2 years; when I was on it last, there was still trail construction going on around the Wild Burro spur and the Ridgeline, and on that particular day I needed to take a detour route. Today I re-recorded the track and will update the trip description to note the final route.

Up on the Ridgeline (my favorite section), we took in views from Mt. Wrightson, Baboquivari & Kitt Peak in the south to Four Peaks in the north, beautiful.

Was great getting to know Mountain Rat, enjoyed your company today! And as always, JJ too.
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Dec 30 2015
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Hiking17.44 Miles 3,303 AEG
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Matt had wanted to do Window Peak via Finger Rock Trail. That was our plan but weather concerns had us shifting gears to the Tortilitas. We gained a couple extra miles, lost about 3500 feet of gain and ended up with weather that was comfortable for the bulk of our hike.

This loop is enjoyable and has some nice views along the way. It was my second time doing it but probably not my last.

I have a feeling Window Peak won't be too far off in the distant future.
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Run/Jog20.03 Miles 3,327 AEG
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big lasso loop from the old/original wild burro trailhead. used wild burro wash, upper jav, wild mustang, wild burro, tortolita ridgeline and back on wild mustang again. really nice day
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