Cibecue Falls via Cibecue Creek Trail

MODERATE 12 reviews

Cibecue Falls via Cibecue Creek Trail is a 3.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Cibecue, Arizona that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and trail running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
3.5 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
780 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

trail running

waterfall

Effective June 16, 2017, the Access Permit required to Hike up to Cibecue Falls is $30 per persons/per day. You are required to have the new Cibecue Falls Access Permit. You can purchase at the self paying station at the parking area (pink canopy) or at the Carrizo C-Store (Sinclare gas station).

hiking
8 days ago

Gorgeous hike and waterfall , watershoes make it a breeze to hike. Contrary to videos on instagram and facebook the tribe prohibits swimming and diving.

hiking
14 days ago

Well marked trail and highly trafficked. Crosses the river many times, which is great on hot days to help cool off. Definitely wear shoes you don’t mind getting drenched as there is no possible way to reach the falls without wading through up to thigh high water ( depending on flow). Watch for rattlesnakes....

hiking
15 days ago

One of the best trails I've been on. It's rated as moderate but it was pretty easy. from start to finish your going to be crossing water constantly.

hiking
19 days ago

Like many others have said, it is hard to get into with a 4.4 mile drive down a road that doesn’t really get recognized by Apple maps. Once in, it doesn’t appear to be heavily trafficked even on a Sunday. I only saw 5 other hikers all day. I did trip alone, but wouldn’t again. No phone reception, very rocky. I could see that in the summer it would be very snake infested. All that said, it was beautiful and peaceful. Definitely worth doing at least once.

hiking
20 days ago

Beautiful hike for this time of year. I would recommend going on a weekday, less crowded. I would not take this hike alone, as you are walking through water at points and it is fairly easy to lose your footing and find yourself drenched. When we first started on this hike, I thought we were headed the wrong direction, but we were not. Wear shoes with some grip and easy drainage, and bring plenty of sunscreen and water. As others have mentioned, the price is somewhat worrisome. We happened to get a flat going down the steep rocky road to get to the trail, and with no reception and no one around, it kinda sucks. Make sure to plan ahead, and have fun!

29 days ago

As for a hike it’s a 5 Star but no walk in nature should cost $30. Hike is easy with some rock navigation. You do go across the river several times but it is not hard and is actually refreshing. This trail has been clean of trash which is nice to see. The water fall in Oct was flowing strong and there was a nice area to sit and enjoy it. I recommend this hike.

hiking
2 months ago

gorgeous area with a lot of river crossing thru and over slippery rocks. Its a little adventure. Make sure you have shorts and water shoes. A change of clothes is recommended for afterwards .

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