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Great hike in the middle of the city. Moderate difficulty, basically a 45 minute stairway to the top of the mountain. Very popular trail with lots of parking and bathrooms at the base.
Piestewa Peak Recreation Area formerly squaw peak. while this is a very popular hiking trail park,it does get busy. 17 miles away. ( 25-30 min)
Challenging but rewarding hike! I would say this is a little easier than Echo Trail on Camelback Mountain but still not easy. It's like a stair stepper. If you want a hike less challenging than Camelback check this out.
This hike is lovingly called natures stair stepper for a reason! Moderately difficult but not super long to a great way to get the perfect amount of hard work and sweat for the day ;)
There's endless hiking and mountain biking trails here. If you get to the peak, the views are incredible.
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