Savor Sierra Vista
Enjoy a long weekend discovering Sierra Vista’s extraordinary skies and uncommon ground. Start with a trip to the Sierra Vista Farmers Market, voted one of the best in Arizona, dine at local restaurants and discover why Sierra Vista has a growing reputation for authentic ethnic foods. Stargaze. Climb one, two, or three peaks in the Sky Islands Summit Challenge, then relax at the Wine, Beer & Spirits Festival. Enjoy music against a backdrop of the breathtaking Huachuca Mountains. Ride, hike, or wander mountain trails. Savor the weekend, Savor Sierra Vista.
Bike Sierra Vista
Hop in the saddle—the bicycle saddle—and explore southeast Arizona. Whether your bike has skinny tires or knobby ones, or you ride astride a single-speed cruiser or a speedy racer, Sierra Vista is the place to start your bicycle adventure. Road cyclists looking for long, winding roads with low traffic can’t beat the stretches of asphalt in and around Sierra Vista, and mountain bikers can find miles of single track trails in the Huachuca Mountains, just a short ride from your hotel along multi-use paths or signed bike lanes. Learn more.
Sierra Vista is the starting gateway community for the Arizona Trail, a National Scenic Trail that runs from the Mexican border to Utah. This 800-mile trail climbs Arizona’s sky islands, gaining and losing thousands of feet in elevation. You’ll cross mountains, cienegas (or grasslands), desert, forests, and even communities. The trail is considered Arizona’s backbone. Make the entire trek—or just a few miles—by foot, bicycle, or horseback, and enjoy the adventure of a lifetime. Learn more.