Looking for a great trail near Tucson, Arizona? AllTrails has 216 great hiking trails, trail 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 106 moderate trails in Tucson ranging from 0.7 to 54.4 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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rocky
17 hours ago

Great short hike near the city. Start early and very few people. Rocky and lots of cacti, but saw deer, rabbits, and desert mouse along with quite a few birds. Very pleasant morning hike.

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rocky
20 hours ago

Nice loop trail that is uphill to the midway point. Hiked it in the evening and saw 3 deer. Quick and easy hike.

Planned to do this hike today but there is no water at the falls. You can cut the trail length in half by taking the shuttle from the visitor center to the trail head for a 10$ per person fee rather than walk from the visitor center.

Got to see lots of wildlife and insects. There are a few places with mosquitoes so plan accordingly.

Very pretty trail that leads to a beautiful secluded valley.

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rocky
1 day ago

We started early (6:45am) and had enough shade until the sun came over the canyon wall, so the temperatures were really comfortable. There were some wildflowers, and we saw one snake (that didn’t appear to be a rattler) in the tall grass toward the end of the trail about half a mile before the switchbacks down to the end of the tram road. Overall this is just a really unique trail to do again and again.

Nice trail but you see a lot of people. theres a rare crested cactus about a half mile or so in

hiking
1 day ago

Great trail for the summer when it’s too hot for longer trails. Great views from the ridge.

Easy loop trail between Gilbert Ray and Old Tuscon. Good for a sunset walk from the campground.

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no shade
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

This is an overgrown mess with poorly marked trails, hardly used trails, and many places to slide and cut yourself. It also is grossly too short on this app. Thankfully we had a real map as well. This is at least 13 miles. We helped two lost hikers (who were also using the app) and thought they had much less distance to travel. Long story short, mountain rescue was called to help the girls after we helped them as much as possible. I would not recommend this to anyone. I may get some flak for this but in its current condition, even on a beautiful day, I would not recommend this to anyone. The view at the top is breathtaking and the incline, though steep, is manageable if you're in decent condition. DO NOT DEPEND ON THE APP, BRING A REAL MAP!

Great loop. Elevation at 8700 was a little tough on the climbing. But great hike to do when everything else is hot

Nice Trail but you do need this app to be able to complete the loop for the Vertical Cliff Trail we walked this morning. Many off shoot trails and not every Junction was marked.

hiking
3 days ago

Great place for an evening/night hike because it’s starting to feel a lot cooler, especially as we gained elevation. Saw three skunks. Beautiful place for stargazing, but bring a good flashlight to look for snakes.

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no shade
off trail
rocky
scramble
5 days ago

We hiked this 9/16/19 and there was water !! The falls were very pretty. The start of the trail is obvious but once you are down to the water there really isn’t a trail. You just follow it up stream and have to scramble over rocks to make your own trail. There are some spots where you need to wade in the water. We saw a total Of 3 waterfalls. The first one I thought was it but it was small so we kept going and glad we did! It took us 2 hours to get to the falls and back including a little stop at the last falls to enjoy. We had it to ourselves and only passed a few hikers who were coming out. Not sure the total miles but it was more than 1.8. A local we passed told us this will probably be dried up soon, so I’m glad we did it at a good time. We did see 2 large snakes so keep an eye out! It was a cloudy day so perfect for hiking in Arizona summer. Bring lots of water if a sunny day as there is no Shade. Wear or bring a bathing suit because if it’s rained the pools Will be full and you can go for a dip!

Great hike (even with kids). Very cool to see a little bit of history with such amazing views! Lots of cute flowers in bloom. Not much shade so mornings are probably the best time of day to go in the summer. We did come across some bees but none of them bothered us.

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no shade
rocky
6 days ago

Nice, easy hike (even for kids). Lots of colorful flowers in bloom! The parking was kind of weird. We went to the end and then went left at Yetman to see the Bowen stone house- definitely worth it!

this trail is much harder than I thought it would be. There are some sections where the trail is almost impossible to find and other sections where you have to scramble up rocks to continue. Lots of fun, but overgrown with thorny plants (not viscious, but annoying to bare skin). long pants recommended

Dogs are not allowed on the trail to Romero Pools.

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no shade
6 days ago

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fee
no shade
6 days ago

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