Best Places for Hiking in Phoenix

Echo Canyon Trailhead

There are two trails that lead to the popular and mysterious Camelback Peak - the Cholla Trail and the Echo Canyon Trailhead. Although the latter is a bit more challenging.

Mormon Loop Trail

For those who want to take the difficulty up a notch, the Mormon Loop Trail is perfect. Spanning 4.7 miles and gaining more than 1,150 feet.

Apache Wash Loop Trail

This 2.8-mile loop trail crosses buttes and desert and bends over easy hiking spots. McDowell Mountain to the pedestrian northeast.

Double Butte Loop Trail

The Double Butte Loop Trail is better suited for those who prefer hiking without much elevation gain. Over 2.3 miles of winding, smooth double butte loop surface.

The Massacre Falls Trail

The Massacre Falls Trail is one of the most popular hikes within the Superstition Wilderness. During the 1800s, a family of Mexican gold miners was ambushed by Apaches.

Desert Tortoise Trail

The Desert Tortoise Trail is a relatively short, comfortable hike that samples the vastness and majesty of the Sonoran Desert.

Lookout Mountain Summit Trailhead

Located inside the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, the Lookout Mountain Summit Trailhead spans approximately 1.2 miles and is rated as moderately easy.

Deem Hills East Trail

Tucked towards the northern part of Phoenix, the Deem Hills offers multiple trailheads. One of the more beginner-friendly pathways is through the Deem Hills East Trail.

Dixie Mountain Loop Trail

Located inside the Sonoran Desert Preserve, the Dixie Mountain Loop is popularly accessed via the Desert Vista Trailhead or the end of the Bobcat Trail.

Piestewa Peak Summit Trail

The Piestewa Peak Summit Trail is one of the most popular destinations among hikers around the world. While the path is only 1.2 miles long, it does get steep in places.

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