The Chuk-son Trail and BEYOND – with Ironwood Tree Experience
January 12, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Join Ironwood Tree Experience Youth Action Corps and staff for a refreshing two-mile stroll along a section of the “Chuk-son Trail”. This interactive nature and history walk begins at El Tiradito Shrine in Barrio Viejo and ends at Mercado San Agustin in Menlo Park. If you are interested in history, nature, architecture and culture then you’ll love this interpretive walk through the heart of Tucson!
The “Chuk-son Trail” is an informal interpretive trail meandering along the historically fascinating avenues, arroyos, and alleys of Tucson. The trail highlights various humans and ecology of the past and the present, and describes what makes our place in the Sonoran Desert special. Participants may walk the entire route or just parts of it. The Chuk-son Trail was created and is guided by trained Youth Action Corps and Ironwood Tree Experience staff.
-Starts: at 9 AM at the Barrio Viejo, El Tiradito Shrine – NW corner of S Main Avenue and W Simpson Street
-Ends: around 11:30 PM at the Mercado San Augustin Annex – 267 South Avenida del Convento, Tucson, AZ 85745
Wear sensible shoes, bring a large reusable water bottle, and don’t forget a hat and sunscreen. Youth ages 8 to 80 are welcome!
For more questions and to register please call the Ironwood Tree Experience-Urban Field Station at 520-829-7001.