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Saguaro National Park East
Rincon Mountains

STAFF PICK: It's always been our steadfast belief that the only thing land-management agencies need to do for overcrowded areas is get rid of the roads. A perfect example of this is the Rincon Mountains in Saguaro National Park East. Very few people escape into their vast, roadless interior, despite the range's position immediately next to urban Tucson. The beautiful creeks, woodlands and vistas herein generally provide nurturing solitude and a return to wilderness without a lot of drive time.

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1995 Winner: Mount Lemmon

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