Seven Falls Trail

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Seven Falls Trail is a 8.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Tucson, AZ that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible year-round.

8.2 miles 997 feet Out & Back
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Tiffani Arbogast
3 days ago

3 Completed0 Reviews

Ray Swanson
3 days ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

just a beautiful day for a beautiful giant Mountain side as the morning sun set on it. At the falls, very slippery and water ice cold but had a blast with friends and family just as cold as me.

Julie Sickles
10 days ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

Great and challenging trail

Tory Birkinshaw
21 days ago

18 Completed6 Reviews

It was worth the trek! Pack lots of water. Mostly well marked. Just follow those rocks across on the lower part. Went with kids and it was pretty tough for them. They sure were troopers! I thought it was a moderate hike. Warm temps. 90+.

DeDe Loss
23 days ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

Great hike. It is long but not as rocky as other trails in the Tucson area. The falls and pool at the end were well worth the trek. Highly recommend starting before 8am unless you love the sun and heat.

Kim Corgan
28 days ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

This was a great hike, although they need better signage around the 7th creek crossing, because we along with 2 other groups took a wrong turn, and since the path appeared to be a well traveled path, it's pretty safe to say, we weren't the first. The home is relatively easy. The water levels of the creek were pretty low, so no fears of getting too wet. This hike took us 4.5 hours, like everyone else has reported, and we never took any breaks walking, other than to let people pass going the other direction. It was beautiful and cool on our way to the Falls. We started our hike at around 7:30am, and finished at noon. It sure was hot on our way down, but there were still people starting the trail as we finished! I would rather we started earlier to beat the Sun, but it really was a great hike overall! Be sure to bring plenty of water with you, as it is a long hike. The pools at the falls were filled with nice cold water, and very refreshing! I would recommend this hike!!

Nicole De Rais
28 days ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

M W
1 month ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

Sara Ann B.
1 month ago

Fun hike with beautiful mountain views. Today there was water to relax in at the end of the trail. Would considerate this trail a moderate hike for the creek bed crossings, periods of rocky trail, and switchbacks.

However if you are a seasoned hiker its pretty easy. To and from the visitor center the hike is about 10 miles and we made the roundtrip in 3.5 hours.

Reminder carry water in on the trail, the trailhead is the only spot that offers water fountains.

Katelyn Wolter
1 month ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

Joe Clifton
1 month ago

5 Completed0 Reviews

Apple maps took me to the wrong place (shocker). $5 to get in. Nice hike, took about 4.5 hours including about a half hour of relaxing half way through. Trail is marked fairly well. Lots of people, but not too bad. Waterfalls at the end are incredible.

Carley Henderson
1 month ago

7 Completed0 Reviews

Great hike if you don't mind getting your feet wet. It is a long hike, but the falls are worth it. We took the tram to the trail head. (It runs every hour on the hour) Try to go on a week day. A lot of people on the weekends.

Nancy Salminen
1 month ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

Great scenery lots of people

Michael Wendt
1 month ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

A relatively easy hike with a unique desert oasis at the end.

Karra Higgins
1 month ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

This was a very long hike. Make sure you give yourself 4-5 hours. The last mile to the falls is the most strenuous. You cross the creek 7 times and depending on rainfall it can be difficult. From the visitor center the hike is about 10 miles.

B SG
1 month ago

15 Completed0 Reviews

Longer hike, but relatively easy.
Potential Challenges :
length of hike; creek crossing (depending on height of water); may need to do some scrambling especially going up and down the upper tiers of the falls since the rocks can be slippery;
View:
awesome view of the Falls

Michael Wendt
1 month ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

Fun and pretty. It's an easy hike with a watery treat at the end. Tucson is blessed to have so many great hikes.

John Whitehill
1 month ago

36 Completed0 Reviews

Not as hard as other say. If you go early enough you get shade from the canyon walls up till 1130amish. Definitely worth going. Fun rolling hills. Not technical at all except for a few short sections (0.1mi increments)

Oscar Contreras
1 month ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

Teena Lopez
2 months ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

For a beginner it was not too bad I think the worst part was finding parking but it was a awesome experience