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This Epic Map Takes You To Arizona's Best Waterfalls & Swimming Holes

We're always scouting out new places for our ongoing adventures. If you're looking to add some beautiful new spots to your bucket list, then you're in the right place. We've made a map that will take you on an epic journey to Arizona's best waterfalls and swimming holes

From chocolate-colored waterfalls to bright blue water, there's no shortage of beauty in the desert. Arizona is mostly known for being home to the Grand Canyon but there are so many other hidden gems, that exploring never gets old. 

If you're in need of a BFF getaway, there's a retreat in Sedona that is perfect for a girl's trip. With never-ending red rock views and national parks around, there's so much to see and do. 

So, are you ready for an adventure yet? 

Fossil Creek

Difficulty: Easy

Length: Waterfall Trail is approx. 2-miles roundtrip

Address: Camp Verde, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: There's a waterfall and many different spots for you to swim in. If you know where to look, you'll even find a secret cave.


Cibecue Falls

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: Approx. 3.5-miles roundtrip

Address: Whiteriver, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: This 80-foot tall beauty is only a road trip away from Phoenix. We support your waterfall chasing habits.


The Little Colorado River

Difficulty: Difficult

Length: The Hopi Salt Trail is approx. 12-miles roundtrip

Address: Detailed directions can be obtained at the Cameron Visitor Center. Sw Corner Highway 89 And 64, Cameron, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: You can get amazing red rock views. It's very challenging but worth the sweat.


Arizona Hot Spring

Difficulty: Difficult

Length: Approx. 5-miles roundtrip

Address: Willow Beach, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: The temperature of the water ranges between 111 and 120 degrees Fahrenheit. It's the perfect place to soak the day away.


Havasupai Indian Reservation

Difficulty: Difficult

Length: Varies

Address: Supai, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: You'll need to act fast and make reservations in advance. There's even a spot here that'll make you feel like you're in Tuscany.


Ribbon Falls

Difficulty: Difficult

Length: North Kaibab Trail is approx. 7.2-miles long one-way

Address: Grand Canyon, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: It cascades onto moss-covered rocks making this the ultimate photo backdrop.


Wet Beaver Creek

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: Bell Trail is approx. 7-miles roundtrip

Address: Sedona, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: The secluded swimming hole is situated between two red rock canyons. Some people even call it 'the crack.'


Sycamore Falls

Difficulty: Moderate

Length: Sycamore Rim Trail is approx. an 11-mile loop

Address: Williams, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: During spring, you'll see an abundance of colorful wildflowers.


Grand Falls 

Difficulty: Easy

Length: Approx. 1-mile roundtrip

Address: Flagstaff, Arizona

Why You Need To Go: This 181-foot tall waterfall looks like melted milk chocolate. Make sure you check water levels before you go.


We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment, and pack out what you packed in.