Robles Pass Mountain Park

Robles is a 16-mile trail system that was added to Tucson Mountain Park. It is located between the Ajo Highway, Mission Road and Irvington Road, and is accessible from Tucson Mountain Park via the Explorer Trail. Singletrack trails invite mountain bicyclists, hikers, trail runners and equestrians through the Sonoran Desert, replete with lush vegetation, rock features, and a historic house built from native rock.

As an employee of Pima County, Mark Flint was involved in planning, design, and construction project management for this trail park.