It’s an old-fashioned way to spend a summer day, but the simple fun and breath-taking beauty these swimming holes have to offer will create the type of memories people take with them forever. Plus, nothing beats the water and shade they each provide in the Arizona heat.
Weir Trail: The vegetation found near the junction of the Bell and Weir Trails is typical Upper Sonoran species: prickly pear, agave, catclaw and juniper. Once you reach the creek, the vegetation changes to Arizona black walnut, willow, ash, sycamore, cottonwood, canyon grape, and blackberries. The trail continues upstream and enters the Wet Beaver Wilderness. The trail follows the north side of the creek and ends at a large cobbled area where the creek comes in from the northeast. This is a nice place to have a picnic and take a swim!