Julian Wash Greenway
The Julian Wash Greenway is amazing with its beautiful Sonoran Desert outlook. It follows the road from a junction with Santa Cruz River Park Trail to S. Rita Road. From the greenway, you'll be surprised with mountainous views and pretty parks. Julian Wash Archaeological Park, which represents the history of Hohokam people, is one of those.
The trail is well-paved and is paralleled by a soft-surface path for equestrians and joggers.
Julian Wash Greenway is an uphill ride.
Parking lots and drinking fountains can be found at several points along the trail: Sam Lena Recreation Area (3400 S. Country Club Boulevard), Augie Acuna Los Ninos Park (5432 S. Bryant Avenue), and Thomas Jay Regional Park (6465 South Craycroft Road).
You may want to bring some snacks in case you need to recharge in the middle of the ride.
24.23 km / 15.056 mi
194 m / 637 ft
27 m / 88 ft
890 m / 2,919 ft