Explore the best trails near Tucson with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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Beautiful scenery and a real challenge for my first "moderately" difficult trail.

backpacking
1 day ago

SPENDING THE NIGHT in the canyon, there are two regulations you should be aware of. Over night parking permits can only be obtained online and require dates and car information, processing is about two days, so plan to reserve your permits accordingly.
Link http://webcms.pima.gov/cms/one.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=26888

Also, group limit is 6 persons. There is only one safe spot to set up camp on the trail within the first 4 miles. that spot will only accommodate about 8 people. You will not be able to camp on the trail. it is well used even in early morning, and there are steep drop offs just at the trails edge.

Fantastic view of the city at night. Its even better in the early morning.
BYO Firewood- when permitted.

nice walking trail, perfect for families with small kids

What a brutal but awesome hike!! Second time and made it to the top again.. saw four big horn and a baby!, so 5 total!! Just amazing creatures!! Definitely will do this again!!

Classic Arizona adventure. Beautiful scenery, great swimming and even diving for the adventurous.

trail running
2 days ago

Great hike, but overgrown right now. Needs some trimming

This hike is a b****!!! But in the best way possible. The views and sense of accomplishment at the top are absolutely unbeatable. One of my favorite hikes when I need a good workout.

one of my favorite trails. Diving into the cool water in the falls is very rewarding!!

hiking
4 days ago

hiking
4 days ago

Great hike. Real easy to do for a starter hike.

We did this hike at 11am. Not the hottest point in a Tucson day, but plenty sizzle for a northwesterner. Lots of rocks, but beautiful. A good way to start if you haven't been hiking in a while.