Sigua Falls is a 4.4 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Santa Rita, Guam that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running and is accessible year-round.

DISTANCE
4.4 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
761 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

hiking

trail running

forest

river

views

waterfall

muddy

over grown

rocky

washed out

off trail

no shade

no dogs

The first half of the hike is along very muddy off-roading trails, so take shoes you do not care about, there WILL BE MUD. The trail will be better if you do it at the beginning of the year, February-March during the "dryer" season. August-November will be the worst in terms of mud, but the falls will have the most water consequently.

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29 days ago

I don't hike much but it's no joke. Last quarter mile is definitely a fun twist. You will enjoy your arrival at the waterfall at the end.

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1 month ago

We got a tad lost, but GPS got us back on track. It's no lie to say it's extremely muddy. Totally beautiful and a solid hike!

1 month ago

did it again, finally got to the lower part. worth the hike and the swim

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2 months ago

Thank you for post trail, make it easy to get there. Hard trail, enjoy very much to rope down long steep slope before get to visit this Sigua falls. Well Worth to visit it.

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2 months ago

When you see the waterfall from up top there’s a path on the right and one on the left....it was our first time so we went right and it was pretty rough getting down...found another path on the way up that was 100 times easier with ropes

hiking
2 months ago

Hard trail, very muddy, top to the top of falls with no issues. decided not to jump off lol, the marines behind us did. hahaha, we back tracked and found a different trail that we thought would lead us to the bottom of the falls however it was extremly steep. and gave up after a few minutes. either way, it was a fun trail and great day!

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Thursday, January 21, 2016