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    Bear Canyon Trail Fs 29

    Coronado National Forest, Arizona
    Distance6.6mi
    Elevation Gain7,531ft
    Trailhead Elevation2,774ft
    Top4,850ft
    Elevation Min/Max2771/4850ft
    Elevation Start/End2774/2774ft

    Bear Canyon Trail Fs 29

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    Cedar Crest, NM
    Adventurer | 200 pts
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    2/12/2012
    Great hike, we went on a Saturday so it was a bit crowded, but still nice as the tail is well maintained. You can hike from the Sabino Canyon Visitors Center for a total distance of 4.1 miles to the falls one way.
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    Arlington, VA
    Pathfinder | 100 pts
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    3/22/2010
    A great hike. We went on a Monday and there were still quite a few people on the trail, however after the first few hundred yards, people spaced out so it didn't feel crowded at all. You'll cross the mountain stream six times. If you want to keep your feet dry, I'd suggest bringing some hiking poles to keep your balance while you try and rock hop across. The Seven Falls are beautiful and there are plenty of places to grab a private spot to have lunch or just relax. On the way back we took the Upper Bear Canyon Trail which had nobody on it.
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    Melbourne, FL
    Pathfinder | 180 pts
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    12/26/2007
    Crossing the seven streams hopping from rock to rock was fun, plenty of water this time of year. Cool to see so much water in the desert. There were quite a lot of people. Beautiful landscapes. This is a medium difficulty, total of 8 9 miles, not the 7 declared in texts. The switchbacks for the last 30 minutes were a little tedius but we had the expectation of the falls to drive us on. When we got to the falls, they weren't amazing in themselves, but it was amazing to have that much water in the middle of the desert. Think everyone has to take a day to do this at least once.
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    Canton, MI
    Trailblazer | 543 pts
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    3/12/2007
    This was a great day hike to see the cactus and desert of Arizona.

    Easy hike to Seven Falls, and where most people stop. Elevation gain begins just after passing Seven Falls. The trail also becomes the most scenic after Seven Falls, you begin to get a feel for the mountains and the actual size of the Saguaro cactus in the wild.

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    Trail Information

    Coronado National Forest
    Nearby City
    Pusch Ridge Wilderness Area
    Parks
    Moderate to Difficult
    Skill Level
    Waterfalls
    Features
    USGS Sabino Canyon; Santa Catalina Mountains Hiker's map
    Local Maps

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