Hutch's Pool4 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Tucson, AZ 85701, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 07:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Hiking Trail, Nature
The Hutch's Pool is a popular intermediate hike which takes you through a beautiful sight of the Santa Catalinas. After only a few hours of hiking, take a dip in Hutch’s pool and you have a memory of Tucson like no other!
The place does have a wild side and there is a good chance you will see a few animals along the way. The trail itself is a pleasure to try and if you love nature and photography, you will find spots of your own to capture a few breath-taking views!
Hutch's Pool Travel Tips
- Carry bottled water and snacks with you.
- Wear sturdy shoes, sunscreen and other necessary things.
Hutch's Pool Hours
- From the Sabino Canyon shuttle, its takes around 4 hours to cover a round trip.
- Preferred months to visit are September, October, March and April.
How to Reach Hutch's Pool
- By Car
- By Taxi
- By Hiking: Take the last stop at Sabino Canyon shuttle
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0.55% of people who visit Tucson include Hutch's Pool in their plan
95% of people start their Hutch's Pool visit around 3 PM
People usually take around 7 Hrs to see Hutch's Pool
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hutch's Pool
People normally also visit Catalina State Park while planning their trip to Hutch's Pool.
Hutch's Pool Reviews & Ratings
Always a great swimming hole. Not easy to find so do your research and plan ahead. Bring way more water than you think you need. Wear a hat and sunglasses and watch for snakes. Don’t go alone! Or at least tell someone when to expect you back. Respect the desert and it might not kill you.
An amazing adventure and great place to camp
This jewel of a hiking destination is not that hard to get to even in a single day. There are also several nice places to camp here if you decide to make this part of an overnight trip.
The hike was great and worth the view. We camped overnight and we were the only ones there. There are no signs to tell you that you made it to the falls and the falls are not visible from the trail. But someone was kind enough to mark the entrance off of the trail with two white ribbons!
Great hike to deep, flowing water.