Looking for a great trail near Tucson, Arizona? AllTrails has 217 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Saguaro National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Tucson Mountain Park or Roy P Drachman - Agua Caliente Regional Park. Ready for some activity? There are 109 moderate trails in Tucson ranging from 0.7 to 59.4 miles and from 2,214 to 9,107 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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closed
2 days ago

Couldn't find any Trailhead nor trail. Circled the maps pinned area a couple times and got out and looked around. Really nice neighborhood but obviously no longer any trail.

hiking
3 days ago

Trail seemed pretty easy not much shade. Very pretty

Brisk day amongst the clouds! A few felled trees across the trail, amazing views from Aspen Trail.

walking
rocky
3 days ago

Awesome trail for a quick hike. Most of it can be jogged minus the multiple creek crossings. My total distance 7.2mi. No bathrooms on/near trail. Parking can fill up during popular times.

Finally managed the Douglas Spring - Garwood - Wildhorse - Speedway Blvd loop. Wildhorse has lots of steps but not too hard for this “easy” trails hiker.

hiking
no shade
off trail
rocky
scramble
4 days ago

Water is flow is decent as of 12/07. Canyon bottom is always a scramble.

Short but beautiful trail. Perfect for dogs, kids, and anyone who wants an easy stroll through the desert. Great views of the Catalina Mountains; lots of saguaros & cool vegetation. Plenty of people on the trail but not overly crowded.

hiking
fee
4 days ago

hiking
no shade
4 days ago

Excellent Day hike went back to the Arizona Trail Junction water running in the canyons waterfalls we're awesome I can't imagine doing this may through September just too exposed.

Love this trail. Have been doing it the past 20 years. We always go to the second pools as there are way less people. Follow the Cairins to get across the first set of pools. Made it to the campground where there was a lot of water going by. It is brutal coming down because of the rocks (pretty tough on the knees) but always worth the climb. A little bit of fall foliage out.

I loved this little hike. beautiful scenery, and great exercise. it's a bit steep in some places, but I'd rate it a moderate hike.

Made it thru today, last weekend water lever was high and didn’t attempt to cross as anyone shouldn’t, that how Idota get washed away!! Not me!! Lots of water at the water falls and running water too!!

Good stair stepper hike. There was water at the falls (12/7/19).

hiking
5 days ago

Really excellent hike! La Milagrosa canyon is spectacular; and, rare for Tucson, there's water! I took the loop clockwise. Expecting to hug the north rim of the main canyon on the way in, I was pleasantly surprised to veer to the far (left) side of a ridge to see another, smaller but equally stunning canyon--with punchbowls? I didn't have time to investigate today, but I plan to return with river shoes to see firsthand just what water adventures await! I mean, c'mon! From the top of a cliff I found myself looking down into a deep pool of water with a waterfall and twenty-foot high cliffs surrounding it. How did I not know about this? Otherwise, the loop is beautiful and quiet, much less traffic than the nearby Agua Caliente Summit trail. It highlights all that the lower desert around Tucson has to offer (including water!). Be aware that trail junctions are unmarked; know your route before you head out. Took me 2.75 hours, 1.5 liters of water, temp was 70 degrees. My new favorite!

hiking
rocky
5 days ago

Great trail for wife and I. 70 and 65 in good shape.

hiking
5 days ago

Easy, nice view of the river

only saw one runner, and a deer. good short hike!

hiking
rocky
5 days ago

Took Douglas Spring to Stock Bypass to Wildhorse to Speedway. Got back too soon so I went back up Douglas Spring maybe a third of a mile. Still trying to find the route the rangers marked on my handy map!

hiking
6 days ago

Great hike if you only got a couple hours, went 3.9 miles

hiking
muddy
6 days ago

Absolutely loved it, perfect little hike especially in the cooler months when there’s snow on the mountain so you get more water coming down the falls. 100% recommend

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off trail
over grown
rocky
6 days ago

Love this trail, it has a little something for everyone !

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