Chasing waterfalls will never be a thing of the past. Nothing is more satisfying than relaxing in a beautiful waterfall after a long hike, where you can swim, jump and admire the beautiful scenery. Whether you're an Arizona native, travel junkie, or hiking enthusiast Arizona hidden waterfalls are some of the best around.\nYou can reach all of these waterfalls by using hiking trails, some longer than others, but it'll be worth it. The best part is, is that you might even need to camp overnight making the adventure last longer.\nCibecue Falls\nPrice: $30 per person\nLocation: Cibecue Creek Trail is about a 3.5-mile trail.\nWhy you should go: This scenic trail is full of adventure. With river crossings, overgrown brush and rocky roads you'll feel like you're in an Indiana Jones movie. The weather may cause the water to be muddy, but it'll still be worth it! You should know that swimming, camping, and fishing are not allowed here.\nView this post on Instagram “Hey look ma’, I made it”. A post shared by Jess (@jessmanjarrez_) on May 28, 2019 at 7:47am PDT\nWebsite\nRibbon Falls\nPrice: You'll need permits for overnight camping, it's $10 per permit plus $8 per person. More information here.\nLocation: Grand Canyon National Park via North Kaibab Trail. It's about a 17-mile hike roundtrip.\nWhy you should go: This timeless gem is located in Grand Canyon National Park, and the waterfall is about 100 feet high. After your long hike, you can enjoy the moss-covered stones and sound of rushing water. You should check the park's page for updates because the bridge on the trail might be closed.\nView this post on Instagram This has to be one of the most beautiful places to do yoga ☺️ . . . #ribbonfalls #hiking #yoga #yogaposes #meditation #nature #naturelover A post shared by Rachel (@minimalistyogi_) on Jul 14, 2019 at 5:36am PDT\nWebsite\nCheyava Falls\nPrice: You'll need permits for overnight camping, it's $10 per permit plus $8 per person. More information here.\nLocation: Grand Canyon National Park via Clear Creek Trail. It's about a 16-mile hike roundtrip.\nWhy you should go: This waterfall is one of the tallest in AZ (about 800 feet), making it the perfect destination for all of your backpacking or camping needs. You should plan a Spring trip here because the waterfall usually flows after rain or melted snow.\nView this post on Instagram You would never know the Grand Canyon had a little oasis tucked away down at the bottom, but this little watering hole made for a great adventure. #JustPassingThrough #TrekkingCrossCountry #GrandCanyon #CheyavaFalls #rei1440project #WildernessCulture #LiveOutdoors #ArtistFound #WonderCamping PC: @michaelmorningstar A post shared by Chris Herring (@herringadventures) on Jun 7, 2016 at 10:56am PDT\nWebsite\nBridal Wreath Falls\nPrice: Weekly pass $20 per vehicle here.\nLocation: Saguaro National Park, about 5.5-mile out and back hike roundtrip.\nWhy you should go: On the way, you'll see gorgeous views of the city of Tuscon, AZ. You and your BFF might even see some wildlife along the way. When you've made it you can relax by the water and celebrate your successful hiking adventure!\nView this post on Instagram Today's adventure captured by my personal paparazzi @jc_me_rollin in #bridalwreathfalls 🌵🌞🐛 A post shared by Chelsey (@the_lukinator13) on Aug 10, 2017 at 5:02pm PDT\nWebsite\nFifty Foot Falls\nPrice: 2019 Campground reservation prices vary at $100 per person per weekday night and $125 per person per weekend night. More information here.\nLocation: Havasupai Indian Reservation.\nWhy you should go: If you're looking for a weekend adventure Havasu canyon is for you. Fifty Foot Falls is one of five waterfalls, so if you want to experience more waterfalls you can! You will need reservations to hike to any of Havasupi's waterfalls because day hiking is not allowed.\nView this post on Instagram “There’s so many fruits you have not tasted, So many beautiful songs you have not discovered, Spices you have not heard of, And intriguing conversations you have not had, There are oceans you have not felt, And plants you have not seen, Books you have not read, And souls your heart has not touched, How incredible is this earth” 🧡 A post shared by Jeanie🧞♀️ San Francisco Blog (@traveljeanieous) on Nov 6, 2018 at 7:08am PST\nWebsite\nYou can start planning your next summer trip with your BFF!\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit a potentially hazardous location, you check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.