Seven Falls Trail

#1 of 151 trails in Coronado National Forest
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.

7.8 miles Out & Back 650 feet
hiking walking views waterfall
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Lacie Griego

5 Completed5 Reviews

mb paredes

2 Completed2 Reviews

Really nice to do when the water is running beautiful scenery. Easy trail.

Felicity Macdonald

21 Completed21 Reviews

Lindsey Borders

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great hike! Bring lots of water, and be prepared to get wet if the river is high. As you get closer to the falls, it get harder, don't give up! Falls are beautiful!

Tom Wason

6 Completed3 Reviews

Duane and I took the tram up to the Bear Canyon drop zone and headed to 7 Falls. While the hike was mostly moderate, it was somewhat challenging crossing the river 8 times. It was easier for myself as I wore Tevo hiking sandals and could trek through the knee-high water with ease. Trails can be tricky at the rivers edge however once the water subsides should become normal. We both agreed that the hike coupled with the awesome views on this 75degree day was the best hike destination this year.

Alex Layton

4 Completed5 Reviews

Alex Layton

4 Completed5 Reviews

Barbara Patton

7 Completed6 Reviews

Wayde Patton

4 Completed4 Reviews

Great hike, Leave early as on the weekends the trail is very busy.

Sarah Koupal

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!