We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews great hike summit trail bring water jagged rocks challenging hike popular trail parking spot main trail great workout coming down quick hike well worth the effort decent shape lots of water great morning hiking shoes take your time
Hiked with my 8 year old- did not make it anywhere near the top but had amazing views. It was busy but everyone was friendly. We happened to go on a cool day. I can’t imagine doing it in the heat. Tough hike but very...More
All the reviews said that this was a popular hike and that was confirmed on our arrival. Due to construction, parking was limited, but that didn’t stop anyone. We hike to the peak (trail 300) and it was a steep climb; in some places it...More
We do this mountain at night, and it's amazing. The path is almost like a stepper, with clear borders. That said, go to the top daytime when the weather is good and it's an awesome view. If your conditioning is good you should make it...More
At the base of the climb, there's a sign noting "extremely difficult". Having not done this before, I'd say the signage was correct. For us, the climb up and down took about 2 1/2 hours, including the time spent at the top marveling in the...More
Glorious views, wonderful hike. Strenuous, but worth it. If you are visiting Phoenix or the Valley in general, I highly recommend it. The views are breathtaking. Take the circumference trail and avoid the crowds. Go early, parking can be an issue.
Not as high or difficult as Camelback Mountain to hike, so it can be enjoyed by most ages and abilities. The peak does get crowded at times because it is so popular, and parking is usually full. The very top has jagged rocky edges so...More
I had climbed this mountain many times before in my 20s. I am now in my 50s, but still very fit and active. I hike most weekends. I decided to try Piestawa (formerly Squaw peak), for old times sake, but found it incredibly difficult. Firstly,...More