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Pima Canyon Trailhead

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4500 E. Pima Canyon Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85044
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Theresa B wrote a review Jan 2020
Salmon Arm, Canada452 contributions162 helpful votes
The Pima Canyon hiking trails in the South Mountain Park offer lots of variety. The Canyon area hikes of the park range from easy to moderate. We hiked the Pima Wash Trail and then on to the Ridgeline Trail. The Wash is an easy hike and with a short climb to the Ridgeline you are offered nice views of the City. In total the two hikes were just under 7 kilometres. If you're looking for a casual few hours of hiking, I'd recommend this area. Lots of parking and there is a covered picnic area. I recommend going to the South Mountain Park website to get a map of the area as the map they give you at the Education Centre doesn't include the canyon area. Access this part of the Park, is on Pima Canyon Road. (The address given on line is 48th Street and although you are on this street at one point, the car navigation is a residential address - so key in Pima Canyon Road.)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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KampOC wrote a review Sep 2019
Twin Lakes, Wisconsin161 contributions57 helpful votes
Enjoyed a one hour walk at South Mountain on Pima Canyon trail. Relatively easy but good walk/hike. Lots of trails to choose from. Views of the Valley are awesome! Go early and avoid heat but know that it’s popular, lots of cars parked along road. Take water! And don’t forget to look around.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Cam H wrote a review Mar 2019
Chandler, Arizona2 contributions1 helpful vote
Visited during our vacation, never formally hiked before, but really enjoyed the trails. Can take many different trails of differing level of difficulty. Would visit again.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Andy H wrote a review Mar 2019
South Saint Paul, Minnesota100 contributions14 helpful votes
Hiked Pima Canyon & Camelback and compared to Camelback it was a breeze. Did the hike on a Sunday morning and it wasn't very busy, great place if you're new to hiking or just want to take your time.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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BevoBurn96 wrote a review Mar 2018
Webster, Texas683 contributions170 helpful votes
One of the best places in the Phoenix/Tempe Area to go hiking in the South Mountain foothills! There are many many hiking/biking trails to choose from depending on your fitness level and desired adventure length. A couple of the trails even feature authentic Indian petroglyphs. My favorite destination in the park is fat man's pass and the hidden valley. To make it there, it requires water and snacks and the ability to hike 4.5 miles up and down mountain side trails. The difficulty level of the trails in this park are moderate. The park features multiple ramadas available for picnicking with the family along with restrooms. If you are visiting on the weekend, plan to come early if you want to be able to find parking.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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