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Ramsey Canyon Preserve, Sierra Vista
(4.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • this was a great place to visit. the hike to the top was a little strenuous but worth it. even my 7 and 9 year old made it (there are benches to rest - which they took advantage of). Lots of deer and ...  more »
  • This was the highlight of my trip. Went down to Sierra Vista and Bisbee for the weekend and this was my favorite stop. The $6 admission fee was well worth it. This place is a gem! I wish I had the tim...  more »
  • Looking for easy hiking then do hike along the creek bed. If you are up to more strenuous hiking, then head up the mountain side. Try to meet with a docent and learn more about the history and geology...  more »
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  • Terrific docent-led walk 9:00-11:00 Mon, Thurs, Sat March-November or by appointment. Open daily 8-5; (or 9-4 Nov - winter months).Gates close at 4 or 5, so you need to be back by then. Bookstore with books, maps, and clothing is staffed. Naturalists on site. The Nature Conservancy bought 300 acres in 1975, and has 1-3 staff on-site. Fee is $6 ($3 locals) per person, under 16 yo free. Most folks walk half-mile up and half-mile back on well maintained trail covered in wood chips. Trail next to year-round babbling Creek and in cool shade of Canyon. Three small house dating to 1902, 1911 and recent. This is a famous place to bird watchers (top 10 places in USA) for Elegant Trogon and USA-rarities more predominant in Mexico.
  • I had the pleasure of hiking the trails and meeting a few of the ladies who work at the shop. They even let me borrow a walking stick for my journey. When I would actually stop and take a look around, there was deer at every turn. They would just walk past like I was just another tree. The Hamburg Trail was difficult for a little bit but when I caught my breath, I was able to enjoy the ascent. The view from the lookout was nice. I can't wait to walk it again when the leaves have changed.
  • This reserve is one of the most beautiful places to take a hike and enjoy the outdoors. The paths are amazing, with tons of great sights to see. These are also a few tougher paths that go up the side of the mountain, and they're worth every step as the views from up high are spectacular.
  • Great place to hike and watch birds and wildlife. Easy shaded hike that gets a little more difficult the further you go. Water falls are gorgeous.
  • They have plenty of trails and sights to see, when it rains a lot the river is running hard and sounds amazing and is a beautiful.