Honeybee Canyon trail and access issue. What you need to know and what you can do.

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The Honeybee Canyon trail system contains about 27 miles of singletrack, it is situated to the Northwest of Tucson in the town of Oro Valley.  These trails are on state trust land, with the most common access point being a power company’s easement through a development. The dispute over this access point has reached a critical point where the HOA in charge of the area is planning on cutting off access as of the 1st of October 2016.

The PDF bellow includes everything you need to know, as well as what you can do, and the people you can contact to request that they preserve access and save the trails.

 

 

Honeybee WAPA Trail 180 fact sheet Sept 2016

 

 

There is also a city council meeting on September 7, please join us and let them know how important this issue is to the community.

Follow the link bellow to the facebook event for more info.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1775319896074285/

One comment

  • Susan Peabody

    Any additional updates on this? I live in Rancho Vistoso and stopped using this trail after quiet rain access was closed. A couple of months ago I noticed a well worn trail leading up to this easement. I’ve also seen the occasional mtb coming from quiet rain. Can we still access honeybee trail this way?

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