Camelback Mountain, Maricopa, Arizona

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Maricopa, AZ 85018

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  • 6 mentions in Outdoor activities to top attractions

    • Sara L.

      Sara L. said, "...Definitely hike Camelback Mountain If your up for a hike. A little easier hike is Piestewa Peak which is like doing lots of stairs. Both are great!! There are some great hikes to do out there!..." See More

    • Erin J.

      Erin J. said, "...Outdoor activities - Hike Camelback Mountain in the AM for Sunrise (nice later in the day too). Desert Botanical Garden are nice, Phoenix Zoo is nice too. Lots of Golfing (I am not a golfer). South Mountain Park , Dreamy Draw Recreation..." See More

    • Allison S.

      Allison S. said, "...Hike Camelback Mountain! Not an easy hike, not too hard. Views from the top are unreal. There are a few smaller mountains in the area but this one is the best. If you have time, you could tube down the Salt..." See More

    • Brenna N.

      Brenna N. said, "...With the fantastic weather we've been having you've got to take a hike Phoenix South Mountain Park or Camelback Mountain- if you get to the top you get a great view of the entire city and it's a pretty easy hike......." See More

    • Hayden H.

      Hayden H. said, "... Camelback Mountain is a very popular hike in the area!..." See More

    • Mary Ann L.

      Mary Ann L. said, "...sunny. Lots of fun hiking places if you like that. Our favorite is South Mountain Park , but most people like Camelback Mountain...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Good Phoenix area hiking trails?

    • Natalie M.

      Natalie M. said, "...If you want an extreme hiking experience, try Camelback Mountain. It's a pretty steep climb with handrails in some spots, but the view at the top is a 360 panorama of Phoenix. A similar view, but slightly less strenuous is Piestewa..." See More

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...Classic Phoenix trails I like are Piestewa Peak(previously named Squaw Peak) and Camelback Mountain. They are both tough hikes since they are steep, but give a great view of the city. A beautiful and more wild hike is at Tom's Thumb..." See More

    • Lynn F.

      Lynn F. said, "...Piestewa Peak (Squaw Peak) is a good workout, as is Camelback Mountain (from Echo Canyon). South Mountain has some good long hikes (Fat Man Pass is fun). Lost Dog Trail has long hikes, too. Pinnacle Peak is a good one. You can..." See More

  • 1 mention in Dodger Spring Training Hotel & Restaurant recommendations

    • Hayden H.

      Hayden H. said, "..., Oregano's Pizza Bistro , Welcome Diner are a few of my favorite restaurants in the area. For things to do, Camelback Mountain is a great hike and honestly sitting by the pool with a drink is pretty relaxing as well...." See More

  • 1 mention in Looking for resort for 50th birthday

    • Allison S.

      Allison S. said, "...The Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale is wonderful. A big luxury resort with lagoon style pools nestled right into the side of Camelback Mountain. The location is close to the Scottsdale Fashion Square (you could spend ALL day there!) and Old Town..." See More

  • 1 mention in Any "must do" suggestions for Phoenix and the Grand Canyon?

    • Roger W.

      Roger W. said, "...Pizza at Federal Pizza or tacos at Gallo Blanco Cafe. Good hiking in Phoenix is at Dreamy Draw Recreation Area and Camelback Mountain, though Camelback gets very crowded. On your way to the Canyon staying a night in Flagstaff is always..." See More

  • 1 mention in Food and things to see in Phoenix and Tucson

    • Hayden H.

      Hayden H. said, "...bars - if you don't mind college students around. If you'd like an older crowd, head to Scottsdale. Go hiking at Camelback Mountain and if you have time for a two-hour drive, head up to Sedona . There's a ton of hiking..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where are the best free things to do in Phoenix?

    • Gretchen H.

      Gretchen H. said, "...Hike to the top of Camelback Mountain or check out McDowell Mountain Regional Park and The Riparian Preserve At Water Ranch..." See More

  • 1 mention in Popular neighborhoods to stay in Phoenix?

    • Anthony F.

      Anthony F. said, "...douchey, sometimes worth it)• Arizona Chop Shop Barber Shop (people that do yoga eat here)• Fashion Square (shop till you drop)• Camelback Mountain (hike our everest, drink water, don't pass out)• El Hefe Tempe, Bottled Blonde, The Mint, BRKFST (clubs / bars,..." See More

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