One of Tucson's most well-liked walks is Seven Falls. The trek provides you a terrific sense of Sonoran Desert Hiking and begins at the Sabino Canyon Visitor Center.
Jump into one of the many pools or take a dip in a little waterfall to cool down. On granite boulders, keep an eye out for red-spotted toads. They are carefully concealed.
Valley View Overlook
Even though it's an 8-mile roundtrip trek, it's the most picturesque one in the Tucson region. There is an amazing field when enormous ocotillos and prickly pears are in bloom.
Tumamoq Hill, which rises more than 700 feet, may be reached by this paved route. The entire 3.1-mile round-trip journey is uphill in one direction.
On the Yeatman Trail, you may see saguaros, barrel cacti, ocotillos, and other types of plants. These remains, which were abandoned in the 1930s, once included a stone home.
At the foot of Push Ridge, in the Oro Valley, on Tucson's north side, is a stunning section of desert.
Tanque Verde Falls
Tanque Verde Falls, where water cascades 80 feet over a rock wall, is a stunning sight amid the desert.
Blackett's Ridge is the only place to look. The slope separating Sabino Canyon from Bear Canyon is burnt by the sun.
Agua Caliente Hill
If you put in the time and effort, you'll reach 2,588 feet and be rewarded with breathtaking vistas all along the trail.
Wasson Peak is accessible from the other side of the canyon via the Kings Canyon Trail; it is a 7-mile out-and-back route with a 1700-foot elevation gain.