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HIKING CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN < this is my business >

Categories: Attractions/Entertainment, Parks/Recreation
Address: Camelback Mountain
5700 N Echo Canyon Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ,
Reviews: 0 ratings
14 descriptions
21 weddings

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Phoenix Wedding In November
Phoenix   |   November, 2010   |   Hiking

"While not an easy hike, this mountain offers a big reward at the top: a natural 360° view of the whole city."

Gilbert Wedding In April
Gilbert   |   April, 2010   |   Attraction

"If you enjoy Hiking, this is the best Phoenix has to offer. The views are incredible, but the steep incline can be strenuous. We recommend Cholla Trail. For seasoned Hikers. Otherwise, please use the Ramada Loop Trail. Don't forget your water!!"

Phoenix Wedding In November
Phoenix   |   November, 2009   |   Attraction

"Wander around here for a nice day hike. Parking is pretty harsh after 9 am so get there early. Great views of the Valley."

Eric and Amanda's Wedding
Phoenix   |   November, 2009   |   Hiking

"Sheer red sandstone cliffs and its telltale hump draw thousands of hikers to Camelback Mountain each year. Hiking to the top is not for beginning hikers -- the two summit trails are strenuous climbs over sometimes-tricky trails. Some easier trails allow close-up exploration around Camelback's base. Trailheads are open from sunrise to sunset."

Elizabeth and KC's Wedding
Scottsdale   |   June, 2009   |   Attraction

"Great Hike. Not for beginners!"

Lori and Brian's Wedding
Paradise Valley   |   June, 2009   |   Hiking

"tons of trails, fun hiking with a buddy but bring lots of water and be careful"

Kaity and Zach's Wedding
Phoenix   |   March, 2009   |   Outdoors

"Camelback mountain has a nice high paced, uphill hike if you want to enjoy some of the sunny Arizona weather outdoors during the weekend."

Karen and Tom's Wedding and Phoenix Locale
Phoenix   |   February, 2009   |   Attraction

"Summit Trail (Echo Canyon) Length: .1.2 miles one way Elevation gain: 1,264 feet (summit is 2,704 feet) Difficulty: Strenuous and difficult Enter at Echo Canyon Parkway just east of Tatum Boulevard off of McDonald Drive. Parking is extremely limited at this trailhead and waits for a spot on weekends can be substantial. This is a very strenuous trail recommended only for experienced hikers. The trail ascends through some spectacular sandstone rock formations and offers unparalleled views from the summit of the greater Phoenix area. The Echo Canyon area is open sunrise to sunset."

Barbara and Michael's Wedding
Phoenix   |   November, 2008   |   Attraction

"A good hike that will have you gasping for air!...only about 1.25 miles long, but will get you to the highest point within Phoenix city limits!"

Sarah and Jared 's Wedding
Scottsdale   |   August, 2008   |   Hiking

"1.2 Miles to the Peak, steep incline"

Todd and Kara's Wedding
Phoenix   |   May, 2008   |   Outdoor Activities

"Hiking, walking trails"

Danielle and Gregory's Wedding
Phoenix   |   April, 2008   |   Hiking

"A nice in-city hike to get a 360 degree view of Phoenix."

Nicolette and Sal's Wedding
Phoenix, Arizona   |   October, 2007   |   Attraction

"Scenic hiking trails. Bring plenty of water and sunscreen!"

Scottsdale Wedding In November
Scottsdale   |   November, 2012   |   Hiking

Phoenix Wedding In March
Phoenix   |   March, 2012   |   Hiking

Phoenix Wedding In April
Phoenix   |   April, 2011   |   Attraction

Nicole and Adam's Wedding
Phoenix   |   March, 2010   |   Hiking

Fountain Hills Wedding In December
Fountain Hills   |   December, 2009   |   Parks

Lisbeth and Jeffrey 's Wedding
Phoenix   |   October, 2009   |   Attraction

Bri and Glenn's Wedding
Phoenix   |   June, 2007   |   Attraction


Hiking Camelback Mountain

Camelback Mountain
5700 N Echo Canyon Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ,

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