13 Hiking Trails In Tucson With Waterfalls

Looking for hikes in Tucson with waterfalls? There are more than 13 hiking trails in Tucson, Arizona, where you can find beautiful and refreshing waterfalls. Explore the waterfalls near Tucson with the below list of hiking trails.

Tucson Hikes With Waterfalls

Tucson Hikes With Waterfalls

Hike NameDistance (Miles)Elevation (feet)DifficultyBest time to visitRoute TypeHike Location
Bear Canyon to Seven Falls Trail8.5 miles1,062 feetMODERATEaccessible year-roundOut & BackTucson, Arizona, United States
Finger Rock to Pima Canyon Trail9.9 miles4,196 feetHARDSeptember - MayPoint to PointTucson, Arizona, United States
Douglas Spring Trail16.6 miles3,740 feetMODERATEaccessible year-roundOut & BackTucson, Arizona, United States
Ventana and Esperero Trail13.3 miles4,609 feetHARDMarch - octoberPoint to PointTucson, Arizona, United States
Bridal Wreath Falls Trail5.6 miles1,072 feetMODERATEMarch - octoberOut & BackTucson, Arizona, United States
Santa Catalina Mount Lemmon Loop27.2 miles7,975 feetHARD-LoopTucson, Arizona, United States
Seven Falls via Bear Canyon Road6.6 miles902 feetMODERATEaccessible year-roundOut & BackTucson, Arizona, United States
Tanque Verde Falls Viewpoint0.7 miles203 feetMODERATEaccessible year-roundOut & BackTucson, Arizona, United States
Tanque Verde Falls Trail1.8 miles436 feetMODERATEMarch - octoberOut & BackTucson, Arizona, United States
Romero Canyon and Sutherland Loop23 miles6,453 feetHARDMay - SeptemberLoopTucson, Arizona, United States
Mount Lemmon to Hutch's Pool to Sabino Canyon Trail17.1 miles682 feetHARD-Point to PointTucson, Arizona, United States
Chiva Falls Trail8.6 miles961 feetHARDMarch - DecemberOut & BackTucson, Arizona, United States
Douglas Spring Trail, Tanque Verde Peak to Visitors Center20.8 miles4,954 feetMODERATEoctober - MarchPoint to PointTucson, Arizona, United States

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