Tumamoc Hill (O'odham: Cemamagĭ Doʼag) is a butte located immediately west of "A" Mountain and downtown Tucson, Arizona. It is home to many radio, television, and public safety transmitters. The University of Arizona (UA) owns a 340-acre (1.4 km2) preserve and leases another 509 acres (2.06 km2) as a research and education facility. The Steward Observatory maintains a small astronomical observatory with a 20-inch (510 mm) telescope on the hill. Besides being a prominent landmark, Tumamoc Hill has a long and varied history, and is currently an important site for ecological and anthropological research as well as a refuge and a recreational option for the people of Tucson.
There's a trail called Tumamoc Hill Road leading to the summit.
By elevation Tumamoc Hill is
# 1 out of 1 in Tumamoc Desert Laboratory
By prominence Tumamoc Hill is
# 1 out of 1 in Tumamoc Desert Laboratory # 85 out of 304 in Pima County
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