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Camelback Mountain Summit Trail

Phoenix, AZ

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A nice, quick, steep little leg-burner. The Echo Canyon parking area & trail are closed for improvements & parking expansion through Fall and Winter 2013. It's ok though, just take the Cholla trail that you can access via E Cholla Lane.

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Humphreys Peak - Arizona Highpoint
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Hiked this while on vacation with family. Beautiful views at the top, but very windy and cold! Tough hike for me but worth the effort. Took us 4 hours to get to the top (we stopped a lot to take pictures) and 3 hours to get down.

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Devils Bridge
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46 Completed 7 Reviews

Worth the hke!!!!!!!!!!!

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Antelope Canyon
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46 Completed 7 Reviews

Breathtaking.

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Cape Royal Trail
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54 Completed 20 Reviews

One of those short hikes that is well worth the time. I have hiked it about half a dozen times, several times with my grandchildren. Even my wife likes it and she doesn't hike.

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Shadow mountain
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9 Completed 3 Reviews

This is the better address to use: 2481–2521 E Acoma Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85032
United States
Id rate this between easy and moderate if you hike to the top. Short trail but you can zig zag or go around the mountain if you're looking for mileage.

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Tonto Natural Bridge Warm Spring
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4 Completed 1 Reviews

This is an absolutely fun experience for me and my family. The place is just amazing...Hard for us beginners coz we hiked with our 3-yr old son and 2 other older daughters. It took us 3hrs from start to finish. Overall, it was a great experience. Make sure to bring lots of water to keep yourself hydrated and power up with energy bars. And don't forget your camera --- a must!!

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South Kaibab to Phantom Ranch to Bright Angel Trail
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34 Completed 4 Reviews

I did the S. Kiabab / Bright Angel loop over a Thanksgiving weekend with 2 nights at Phantom Ranch. It was physically demanding but one of my all time favorites! Being from the east coast I had no idea what the night sky really looked like until I saw it framed by the walls of the Grand Canyon.

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Kinney and Gates Pass Roads
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334 Completed 334 Reviews

Great drive over Gates Pass. Not recommended for big trucks or of you're pulling a RV, as the road is narrow and quite crooked. There is a pullout at the top of the pass that offers great views both east and west. East side ends as it merges with Speedway; west end terminates on Kinney just north of Old Tucson.

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Kinney and Gates Pass Roads
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334 Completed 334 Reviews

Great drive over Gates Pass. Not recommended for big trucks or of you're pulling a RV, as the road is narrow and quite crooked. East side ends as it merges with Speedway; west end terminates on Kinney just north of Old Tucson.

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Hieroglyphic Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This was my first hike with my beau and we were more than excited with our choice. The breathtaking view was worth every step taken on the hike. You will not be disappointed at the history hidden in the mountains and the scenic hike along the way makes the journey worth every step. I recommend this hike if you are looking for a great view with the added bonus of ancient artwork.

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