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Hiking Trails

Experience the diverse Arizona landscape with a captivating hike. Phoenix is home to multiple iconic trails that will provide any outdoor enthusiast with a memorable experience and endless photo-ops.

HEAT ADVISORY

Triple-digit heat is in the forecast for the Phoenix area. City of Phoenix Park Rangers advise not hiking during these weather conditions and ask that you always follow these life-saving "Take a Hike. Do it Right." safety guidelines.

Monitor the local forecast and understand that all trail difficulty ratings are raised one level when the temperature is 100 degrees or warmer.

Safety Guidelines

1

Camelback Mountain

Distinctive and dominant on the Phoenix landscape, Camelback Mountain is just begging to be conquered. The city’s most famous landmark resembles a dromedary camel in repost and the mountain challenges hikers with a rugged, but rewarding trek to its 2,700-foot ‘hump.” A very popular destination for tourists and locals, this hike requires an early start as parking is limited. Get Directions
2

Deems Hills

Deem Hills Park is known for its characteristic black rock formations, a result of a dark lava known as basalt. The area features a variety of vegetation and a trail that traverses the entire recreation area. Get Directions
3

McDowell Sonoran Conservancy

McDowell Sonoran Preserve features over 31,000 acres of pristine Sonoran Desert. With more than 180 miles of maintained trails, guests can experience the natural beauty of Scottsdale. Explore trails such as the Gateway Loop (4.5 mi.) or the Bajada Nature Trail (0.5 mi.). Get Directions
4

North Mountain/Shaw Butte

North Mountain Preserve provides visitors with an opportunity to experience the rich desert ecosystem via 20 miles of recreational area for hiking, biking and more. The preserve features Shaw Butte mountain which has an elevation of 2,149 feet. Get Directions
5

Papago Park

The beauty of red sandstone buttes is iconic to the Valley of the Sun and within the 1,200 acres of Papago Park, there are endless photo-ops and family fun opportunities. With its urban location, extensive trail network through Sonoran Desert habitat, picnic areas with ramada covered cooking grills and home to both the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden, this park is a must-see for all ages. Get Directions
6

Piestawa Peak/Dreamy Draw Recreation Area

With plenty of parking, picnic areas and trails, the Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area and Dreamy Draw Recreation Area are gateways into diverse desert landscapes that offer everything from fantastic views to secluded valleys, without the crowds. The 2,608 foot Piestewa Peak is one of the most prominent landmarks in the Valley of the Sun and the trail to reach the summit is not for the faint of heart, with a gain of 1,200 feet along a strenuous, rocky and exposed 1.2-mile route. Get Directions
7

Pinnacle Peak Park

Pinnacle Peak Park features 150 acres and boasts a moderate out-and-back trail through the pristine Sonoran Desert. The trail is 1.75 miles (one way) and includes interpretive displays along the trail. Get Directions
8

Sonoran Preserve

Sonoran Preserve is home to Apache Wash trailhead, Desert Hills trailhead, and Desert Vista trailhead. Get Directions
9

South Mountain Park and Preserve

At more than 16,000 acres, South Mountain Park/Preserve often is referred to as the largest municipal park in the country; filled with native flora, ancient petroglyphs and 50-plus miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking for all ability levels. There’s also a kid-friendly nature center and a paved road to the summit. Get Directions

Camelback Mountain

Camelback Mountain

Distinctive and dominant on the Phoenix landscape, Camelback Mountain is just begging to be conquered. The city’s most famous landmark resembles a dromedary camel in repost and the mountain challenges hikers with a rugged, but rewarding trek to its 2,700-foot ‘hump.” A very popular destination for tourists and locals, this hike requires an early start as parking is limited. Get Directions

Deems Hills

Deem Hills Park is known for its characteristic black rock formations, a result of a dark lava known as basalt. The area features a variety of vegetation and a trail that traverses the entire recreation area. Get Directions

McDowell Sonoran Conservancy

McDowell Sonoran Preserve features over 31,000 acres of pristine Sonoran Desert. With more than 180 miles of maintained trails, guests can experience the natural beauty of Scottsdale. Explore trails such as the Gateway Loop (4.5 mi.) or the Bajada Nature Trail (0.5 mi.). Get Directions

North Mountain/Shaw Butte

North Mountain Preserve provides visitors with an opportunity to experience the rich desert ecosystem via 20 miles of recreational area for hiking, biking and more. The preserve features Shaw Butte mountain which has an elevation of 2,149 feet. Get Directions
Papago Park

Papago Park

The beauty of red sandstone buttes is iconic to the Valley of the Sun and within the 1,200 acres of Papago Park, there are endless photo-ops and family fun opportunities. With its urban location, extensive trail network through Sonoran Desert habitat, picnic areas with ramada covered cooking grills and home to both the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden, this park is a must-see for all ages. Get Directions
Hikers Sitting

Piestawa Peak/Dreamy Draw Recreation Area

With plenty of parking, picnic areas and trails, the Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area and Dreamy Draw Recreation Area are gateways into diverse desert landscapes that offer everything from fantastic views to secluded valleys, without the crowds. The 2,608 foot Piestewa Peak is one of the most prominent landmarks in the Valley of the Sun and the trail to reach the summit is not for the faint of heart, with a gain of 1,200 feet along a strenuous, rocky and exposed 1.2-mile route. Get Directions

Pinnacle Peak Park

Pinnacle Peak Park features 150 acres and boasts a moderate out-and-back trail through the pristine Sonoran Desert. The trail is 1.75 miles (one way) and includes interpretive displays along the trail. Get Directions

Sonoran Preserve

Sonoran Preserve is home to Apache Wash trailhead, Desert Hills trailhead, and Desert Vista trailhead. Get Directions
South Mountain

South Mountain Park and Preserve

At more than 16,000 acres, South Mountain Park/Preserve often is referred to as the largest municipal park in the country; filled with native flora, ancient petroglyphs and 50-plus miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking for all ability levels. There’s also a kid-friendly nature center and a paved road to the summit. Get Directions

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