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Bridal Wreath Falls LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 07 2015
cms116508
Hiking5.40 Miles
Hiking5.40 Miles   3 Hrs   30 Mns   1.54 mph
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Trail starts off fairly easily so if you forget to lock your car about a half mile into the hike, its no problem to turn around and go lock up and then resume the hike. ](*,) After passing the Converse trail things start to get a little steeper. The trail is well maintained with "steps" added in place but there are some bare rocks that you have to climb over. Things level off a bit and you pass the Carillo trail, then you start to climb again. Again, the trail is well maintained with the "steps" added in to help. This is a 1.2 mile leg then you meet up with the Three Tank trail. Toward the end of this leg, and probably about .1 mile from the Three Tank trail is a huge bee colony (I attached a picture) on the left hand side of the trail. A log was placed on the trail (and hopefully is still there). There is room to pass around the colony to the right. From here on out it is a fairly easy hike to the Bridal Wreath Falls. To actually get close up to the falls you have to climb over a bunch of fallen rocks, but if water is running it is worth that extra bit. It took us two hours to climb up, but then I was snapping pictures along the way, and an hour and a half to walk back... still taking pictures, but not as many. Had we got an earlier start we might have ventured to Ernie's Falls. Maybe next time.
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