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Mt. Lemmon Events and Information

Mt. Lemmon and Summerhaven roads are open, but watch for falling rock, wayward drivers and bicyclists all sharing the same road.

The Mt. Lemmon road to Summerhaven reopens Friday, July 14 after the Burro Fire, in nearby Reddington Pass, has been contained enough to allow visitors to the top of the mountain. In the meantime, only residents and employees are allowed up.

Mt. Lemmon roadRecent improvement to the hour-long drive up the Catalina Highway (General Hitchcock Highway) provides a smoother drive up the winding mountain. The main road to the top of Mount Lemmon, Ski Valley and Summerhaven village is usually open, unless weather conditions warrant a short closure.

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Treasures of the Catalinas by RObert E. ZuckerNew Book: Treasures of the Santa Catalina

DOWNLOAD FREE SAMPLE PDF and discover the legends and history of the Catalinas told in over 400 pages. Learn about the Iron Door Mine, Buffalo Bill Cody and the Tucson Gold Rush of the 1880s. Available on Amazon.com and in local Tucson bookstores.

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Road closures when weather is bad

Weather conditions can change quickly. When it is raining in the Tucson basin, there is a good chance that the Catalina Mountains are getting soaked. Check today's Mt. Lemmon weather and road conditions.

What is happening on Mt. Lemmon?

The Mt. Lemmon events calendar has events and entertainment activites. See what's happening in the Mt. Lemmon and Summerhaven Calendar.

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The Santa Catalina Mountains

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The Lost City & Mission

Tucson Gold Rush of the 1880s

Books about Mt. Lemmon and the Catalina Mountains

Mt. LemmonMt. LemmonLegends of lost mines, lost cities and a lost mission have been passed down by word of mouth for generations. The most famous legend, the Iron Door Mine, helped launch the early American hunt for gold in the 1850s. Read more about the legends and history behind them in a new local book on the Treasures in the Santa Catalinas.

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