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I do not recommend doing this hike alone, I attempted it and turned around. Overall very steep but easy terrain to navigate. Just a pretty straight drop off from a small trail down into the canyon, not for people who are scared of heights.

5 days ago

Once you get off the tram road it is a fairly easy hike up to the falls, be prepared to get your feet wet. I wore water sandals, they were great for the rocks. Excellent views. I recommend going on a week day if possible so there will be less people.

I enjoyed this hike very much! The scenery is beautiful. It was a little chilly when I went in early January, so bring a jacket just in case. The waterfalls were spectacular! I was very happy that I brought my camera. The only slight downfall about this hike is how busy it can be during the slightly colder months. Other than that, I loved it!! I would bring a lunch, water (I ended up finishing my 32 oz), a camera, and a jacket or swimsuit depending on the time of year you go and you will be set =)

Starts off as an awesome trek thru river and valley then pow the falls are spectacular

Great for hiking with a dog. Beautiful views.

6 days ago

Very relaxing hike with spectacular water view at Sabino Dam.

Moderate start with increasing intensity with minimal plateau-ing. Desert scrub to pinetops, worth all the effort!

on Seven Falls Trail

8 days ago

Great hike, tough and beautiful

Great views- perfect distance for a good workout with mod elevation gain.

Great hike but definitely overcrowded on a weekend. Also, don't worry about taking your shoes off in the beginning. Just get your feet wet and move on. Unless you feel like taking your shoes off about 10-15 times throughout the entire trip! If you can, go on a weekday!

on Phoneline Trail

9 days ago

Easy and safe and long enough to burn calories