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Vistas DE Loma Linda Apartments for Rent

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Vistas De Loma Linda is set in one of the most magnificent sections of Tucson. Located in the Catalina Foothills, amazing views are all around the residents of this sparsely populated community. Towering mountains located in the Coranado National Forest make for an impressive backdrop to end any evening.

Living in the foothills has incredible perks for those that are a little more adventurous. The Coranado National Forest provides one of the finest opportunities for exploration in the Tucson area. Hikers take the hills each and every day in search of adventure and exercise. With incredible views from the peaks of the hills, the climb is definitely worth the effort and even those that have made the trip numerous times are blown away by the wonderful vantage points the hills provide. For less experienced hikers, there are numerous guides in the area that can assist in making the adventure a little safer. These guides provide knowledge of the area and the wildlife and know how to provide first aid in emergency situations.

Foothill living may sound like civilization is far removed, but that is far from the case in Vistas De Loma Linda. Located only about 15 minutes to the west is one of the most popular malls in Tucson, the aptly named Tucson Mall. The mall has dozens of national brand stores along with some local favorites and major anchors as well.

Located near the mall is Rillito Downs. This is one of the oldest racetracks in the area, and it provides regular horse races. The Rillito Downs are a popular destination for those looking to kick back and relax after a hard day at work. It is also the venue of choice for several area events, including the Food, Arts, and Wine Festival, a popular event that draws visitors from all of Tucson.

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