Piestewa Peak Trailhead
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If your looking for a great hike and get awesome views of Phoenix, we highly recommend this hike.
A challenging hike to the top of Piestewa Peak - great views of Phoenix and Scottsdale. This is a difficult hike. Do not attempt this hike in HOT weather (>80F)
Beautiful desert hike with some great city views only 2 1/2 miles from Casa del Tropico!
The second most popular mountain hike in Phoenix. Great views, less crowded and more parking than Camelback.
Piestewa Peak has some great hikes. The Summit Trail to the top is strenuous, crowded and worth it. Bring water, good shoes and your risk tolerance. If you're looking for a less crowded & vertical option, we like the Circumference Trail.
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“It’s unique kind of a hole in the wall but their fries have a unique Cajun and sweet flavor and burgers are really unique. They have a Jalapeño - ranch￼ dip that’s really unique and pickled onions and special seasoning on the bread. Like 5 guys but crispier.”
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“This is the closest Albertsons, approximately 2 miles away, it is a smaller location with less variety than the one located at Desert Ridge Marketplace.”
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“Great set of easy to moderate hiking trails directly north, it is about a 15-20 minute drive on the scenic part of the Cave Creek Road on the way to Carefree and Cave Creek. Especially great when wildflowers are blooming in the spring. This set of trails is also commonly used for horse back and mountain biking so keep alert on the trail. There are bathrooms but no drinking water, nice size parking lot.”
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“The Deer Valley Rock Art Center, a 47-acre nature preserve that contains more than 1,500 petroglyphs, merges past, present and future. Managed by Arizona State University's Department of Anthropology, the center features petroglyphs left on more than 500 boulders throughout the Hedgpeth Hills, a sacred Indian site. In the visitor's center, designed by famed Southwest architect Will Bruder, interpretive displays examine the process of petroglyph production, preservation and interpretation. The Glyph Shop offers a variety of items relating to rock art including books, clothing and jewelry. The site opened to the public in 1994 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Guided tours along the quarter-mile trail are available for school and adult groups or visitors may stroll along on their own. ”
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