This little-known hike is a great one north of Tucson near the town of Catalina and north of Catalina State Park. Outstanding vistas and great selection of petroglyphs. You start near the 50-Year Trail and head south and then bushwhack about 2 miles until you intersect the Baby Jesus Ridge Trail that leads into Catalina State Park. Head north after you intersect the main trail at the waypoint I marked, and head back to your car.
Water, camera, leather gloves (for bushwhacking), hat, sunscreen, binocs (lots of birds along the way) and food.