Looking for beer? 
    You've come to the right place!

Sierra Vista is growing it's microbrew slate, offering cool suds for the post-bike tour and mountain excursion. (If beer isn't your thing, check out the 30+ nearby wineries.)

Bone Dry Tap House

Bone Dry features 31 microbrews on tap, from Arizona favorites to longstanding brews from the Pacific Northwest, where microbrewing took root. Select a flight or a pint and enjoy refreshing light beers, rich ambers, porters, stout, and more. The hoppy goodness flows from Bone Dry's taps daily.

Tombstone Brewing Company

Glasses of beer on a bar

Slated to open in fall 2021, Tombstone Brewing Company is setting up shop in Sierra Vista on North Garden Avenue. The brewery opened in "The Town Too Tough to Die" in 2016, and offers a tasty selection of beer brewed in the Old World traditions. Enjoy ales, lagers, stouts, IPAs with double (and triple) hops, and more.

Discover the Huachuca Mountains

Mountain Bike

The Huachuca Mountains aren't aren't called "Sky Islands" for nothing! You'll find plenty of ascent, and thrilling descent, as you ride the miles (and miles!) of single track trails. Download a map or stop by the Sierra Vista Visitor Center for a printed copy, or ask at local bike shops.



Trails start at easily-accessed locations like Brown Canyon Ranch and Ramsey Canyon Preserve. Before you know it, you'll be up in the trees and surrounded by nature, enjoying an extraordinary day hike in the cool canyons. Check out this list of popular trails and pick up a Trail Map of the Huachucas ($5.95) at the Sierra Vista Visitor Center.