Seven Falls Trail
Located in: Eastside District
The Seven Falls hike is one of the most popular in Southern Arizona, and when the water level is right it is definitely one of the best for taking a dip. From the Sabino Canyon parking lot follow the telephone trail east to meet the Bear Canyon tram road. Follow the tram road to it’s end to meet the trail head. Once on the trail you will cross the creek seven times before getting to the falls. Depending on the water these crossings can range from easy to mildly difficult, so be careful. After the seventh crossing, the trail climbs up the east side of Bear Canyon through a series of switchbacks with a moderate incline until wrapping around to Seven Falls, seen clearly from the trail.
- #3 of 311 things to do in Tucson
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Trails, Trams, and Trees
Love Sabino Canyon! First timers should take the tram all the way to the top of the canyon. You can walk back down, 3.7 miles or wait for a shuttle to take you back to the Visitor Center. Several...
Park staff were the best. Super helpful at recommending trails and providing info on when and how to get the best experience. No need to be in perfect shape to take advantage of the park. Many trails...
Horrible experience in the canyon
The tram ride ($10) takes you to the end of the canyon but don't assume they will take you out. We waited over an hour standing in the hot sun with no ride out. finally a full tram came be but would...
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