There are tons of hidden waterfalls and waterfall hikes in Arizona, but few are as remote as Reavis Falls. Nestled deep in the mysterious Superstition Wilderness, this 196-foot natural wonder isn’t easy to get to. It takes a nearly 13-mile hike with an elevation gain of over 3,000 feet – but if you’re up for the challenge, you won’t be disappointed. Come along as we explore this amazing Superstition Mountains waterfall.

For more information about the hike to this Superstition Mountains waterfall, visit the Reavis Falls Trails page on AllTrails.

If you’d like to explore other hikes in Arizona, you can find some great trails and downloadable maps by visiting AllTrails+.

Have you ever hiked Reavis Falls Trail? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience in the comments below! Check out our previous article for more hikes that lead to hidden waterfalls in Arizona.

If you’re still in the mood for more Arizona adventures, take a look at this video:

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Where are the best places to go boating in Arizona?

  • Ashurst Lake south of Flagstaff offers great boating as well as awesome fishing.
  • Lake Havasu which borders California is one of the most popular places in the state to go boating.
  • Lake Mead sits right on the Nevada border about 30 min from Henderson, NV and is one of the largest lakes in Arizona.

Read on to learn more about the best places to go boating in Arizona.

Where can we find small towns in Arizona?

  • Ajo is a former mining town and now burgeoning artist enclave and ranked as one of the best small towns in the country.
  • Chloride is a great hidden gem full of great restaurants, murals, and other public art.
  • Crown King is known for its hiking trails, old general store, and saloon dating back to 1910.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other charming small towns in Arizona.

Where can we go biking in Arizona?

  • The Verrado Lost Creek Trail in Buckeye (its also called the Maricopa Trail) is short at just 3.5 miles, making it great for kids and families.
  • The Santa Cruz River Park Trail North in Tucson extends 20 miles and encompasses a great deal of Arizona wildlife.
  • The Canada Del Oro Trail in Tucson is an easy, paved trail between the Santa Catalina Mountains and Whetstone offering spectacular views.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting places to go biking in Arizona.

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