Redington Pass is a mountain pass at an elevation of 1.310m (4,300ft) above the sea level, located between the Santa Catalina Mountains and the Rincons in Arizona, USA. The route has been in existence for hundreds of years.
The pass is located just east of Tucson. The road over the pass is maintained but is long and steep which may make driving up with large RVs or trailers difficult. Due its unique location and the climb in elevation over thousands of feet, and passing through remote areas, it is important when driving in these conditions to be prepared. The road through Redington Pass is unpaved and the area throughout the pass is a favorite of mountain bikers and all-terrain vehicle riders. It was originally used by natives and eventually improved to facilitate a military supply route used to commute between the San Pedro River Valley and Tucson.