What are your favorite Arizona hiking and/or biking locations?

Readers Reveal Favorite AZ Hiking/Biking Locations

Congrats to Elizabeth Kelly who is the winner of the Family 4-Pack of tickets to the Arizona Renaissance Festival!

“We like hiking Casa Grande Mountain!” – Elizabeth Kelly

The package includes tickets for two adults and two children (ages 5-12), plus VIP parking. Her name was randomly selected from all of the comments that were submitted.
Thank you to everyone who participated!

Others included:

  • “Picacho Peak has a trail that’s great for kids.” – Marsha Craven
  • “We love hiking Girl Scout Mountain (North Mountain Park) because it’s more like rock climbing than walking trails, it’s super fun!” – Jaimie Redd

  • “Picacho peak is down the road and full of flowers during spring the view from the top is breathtaking!!!!” – Daniel Doyle Hammons II

  • “Casa Grande Mountain is where I first started to hike, It was a hard hike for me considering I was carrying 311 pounds of myself. After I I’ve lost about 90 pounds I found myself doing harder hikes but till this day Casa Grande mountain is my favorite so far mostly for sentimental reasons, Girl scout is my runner up though.” – Michael Salazar (featured image)

  • “We love the Grand Canyon all times of the year!” – Timothy Reitenbaugh
  • “CG Mountain!” – Alma Estrada

  • “I love to hike along the Mogollon rim.” – Alvina Bahe

  • “My wife and I have road bikes but she’s pretty cautious about riding on the road because of the traffic. We’d love to hear about some beginner areas where we can just learn and cruise.” – Eugene Ward

  • “Picacho Peak” – Rose Marquez

  • “Love going to superior and hiking picket post” – Josh Wuchterl
  • “Love the Echo Canyon trail and Silly Mountain” – Kari Curtis

  • “Fossil Creek my family’s go to spot.” – Skylar Garza

  • “Hieroglyphics Trail in Queen Creek is a great hike!” – Lee Brown

  • “Villago Park.” – Dreya Jaquez Barr

  • “My neighborhood.” – Judy Leslie

  • “Florence Mountain is a good hike and it’s pretty easy too.” – Briana Lauren Dalfrey

  • “Picacho peak and silly mountain.” – Leslie Sixkiller-Davis

  • “Catalina State Park. Canyon Loop Trail. Short, but enjoyable. By the time I discovered this trail, I could no longer do much hiking. This trail satisfied my love of nature. Now I cannot even do this.” – Donna Dennis Foster

  • “Picacho peak is our favorite place to hike! But for a quick hike we like to hike “F” mountain.” – Lisa Henning Hatch

  • “My boyfriend and I hiked 7 falls in Tucson and it has to be my favorite hike ever.” – Micaela Eliza Bojorquez

  • “South Mountain & Black Canyon.” Alexandra Grace Tiznado

  • “Picacho Peak for hiking and Mt Lemmon for biking.” – Sahara Wa

  • “Picacho Peak!!!!!” – Deanna Smith

  • “Picacho Peak…… especially in the Spring.” Jennilyn Noack Sommers

  • “We enjoy hiking Picacho peak!” Stacey Abe

  • “Casa Grande mountain, Hannah trail. Looking forward to exploring Picacho Peak soon.” – Heather N. Roberto

  • “Havasupi hike all time favorite. But day hike the Superstition mountains.” Rachael Feldmeier

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