Bear Canyon to Seven Falls Trail is a 8.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Tucson, Arizona that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
The trail is moderate but so worth making it up to the falls! Bring a swimsuit so you can be sure to enjoy the pools when you arrive at the top. The view is georgous from the falls
Beautiful trail, a lot of running water to look at and prepare to get your shoes water or take them off 8 times if you start off at the visitors center because this time of year you're walking through all that snow melt, it was wonderful!
Love this trail! It's so beautiful! Going for a hike, where there's a prize at the end (7 gorgeous waterfalls), is the best! Definitely a moderate hike, with the end being the most incline. Not too difficult tho :) highly recommend! Just be prepared to get wet, depending on the water levels. There are 7 river crossings, and it was impossible to not get your shoes soaked at the beginning of February!
Amazing! Second hike in two months here! Going to see all the falls flowing with the recent rain storm!
Great hike with river crossing currently with good flow of water ( really cold ) . Amazing views with water fall. Suggest to get sandals or extra pair of shoes.
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 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!