Seven Falls Trail

#1 of 151 trails in Coronado National Forest

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Seven Falls Trail is a 7.8 mile out and back trail located near Tucson, Arizona that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

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Sarah Koupal (81)

1 Completed1 Reviews

I LOVED this spot! The hike is long n hot during the middle of the day but if u have lots of water, sunscreen, a hat, n stop at the creek often, it's not too bad. The falls and water at the end is totally worth the long hike!!! You will cross the creek 7 times, then there will be some switchbacks. That's when u r close! Don't give up! Take a short break at the 7th creek crossing before tackling the switchbacks. For me that was the most tiring part of the hike. I got a little mixed up coming back on the trail but was able to figure it out. The lady at the visitors center does a great job of explaining where to go and gives u a map. Lots of cool lil spots on this trail! Definitely going back! Next time I'll be sure to bring: waterproof camera, and no slip water shoes cause the rock at the falls is slippery. I went on a Thursday, saw very few people and the water was deep, flowing, and super refreshing!

Brynna Reinhardt (100)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Loved it... Swam under the water fall. The water was so deep it was over our heads. Which I hear is not always the case. It was a great way to reenergize half way through the hike. Like finding the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow

Alex Duello (91)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Overall a great hike. Fairly moderate terrain, but the length can be challenging for some, especially in the heat. I would suggest bringing a minimum of 1.5 liters per person. Saw many people struggling on the trail with just one small water bottle. I also saw many people turning back around before making it to the falls. Take your time getting to the falls by stopping and cooling off in the many creeks you walk through on the trail. Get an early start to beat the heat, and if possible go during the week. Weekends can get crowded, but I went on a Thursday and only encountered a few other people at the falls. Also, for such a long hike, make sure you bring something to eat that will give you a little burst of energy. Enjoy!

Eugene Adams (592)

19 Completed20 Reviews

Jessica Andrews (153)

5 Completed3 Reviews

Great hike for your visiting out-of-town friends. Long but not hard at all. Great canyon views made better when there's water running in the creek (usually mid-spring when the snow is melting off the Catalinas). The end of the trail is the seven falls, so bring your lunch to sit back and relax but expect many other hikers on those perfect temp days.

Leti Noyola (50)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great !!!

Greg Hoole (284)

24 Completed1 Reviews

Anthony Passeri (148)

4 Completed3 Reviews

Kade Mislinski (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Love this hike

Ben Teague (286)

6 Completed6 Reviews

It's sort of a run of the mill hike. If it wasn't so long it would be fine for little people.