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Pinnacle Peak Park

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Pinnacle Peak Park

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If you’ve ever ridden an e-bike, you know how fun they can be. And if you’re new to the sport, there’s nowhere better to test the waters than the picturesque Arizona desert. Starting at the Sundial town center, set out on an adventure with a local guide. Cruise through the desert, learn about local flora and fauna, and get great photos and video along the way.
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Marjorie R wrote a review 14 Jan
Overland Park, Kansas, United States8 contributions2 helpful votes
Gorgeous area. However, a bit crowded and very popular. They have altered rules during covid and no dogs allowed.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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RoadtripperColl wrote a review 4 Jan
Southampton, Pennsylvania299 contributions105 helpful votes
This is a moderate hike with changing elevations and great views! The trails are easy to follow and clear, I went with two people who are not big hikers and a little out of shape and they enjoyed it. Go on the earlier side to avoid crowds and be sure to bring enough water even in the winter.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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MarkFL-USA wrote a review 3 Jan
Florida85 contributions26 helpful votes
I would rate this hike as intermediate. There are steeps and flats, smooth & stoney. I'm 65 snow skier with a not so good knee, but was fine with a walking stick. It's not a loop -- you hike up, then down the back side, then return. 3.5 miles total. Or just do as much as you want. If you've done Bryce & Zion, you'll be fine. If you're hard-core, then run it, as some were doing. CAVEAT!... GO EARLY! We were there by 9AM and the main parking lot was almost full. There was enough room on the trail, though. But on the return by noon or so, it was packed. Families on the way up with gaggles of kids all over, looking at phones, yacking, not paying attention -- a real amateur hour. When we left, the parking lot was overflowing with cars all the way down to the main road. Be there close to opening time. Good restrooms (with plumbing) at the trial head.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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TutinsPony wrote a review Dec 2020
Phoenix, Arizona2,660 contributions318 helpful votes
This is a moderate hike in a well kept path. Great views that change as you go up and down on a hike that takes around two hours. The total distance was 3.2 miles with a total elevation climb of just under 900’. Even in the winter make sure you take enough water.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Odyssey829085 wrote a review Oct 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana64 contributions6 helpful votes
Perfect challenge, especially if you like interval-type training. This is not just a hike up and a hike back down. There are multiple ups and downs throughout. Very well maintained (5 friendly volunteers working the morning we visited). Be prepared for loads of steps and definitely start early before it gets hot! Beautiful views throughout. When you get to the highest point, realize you are NOT even half way with a great deal more to come on the other side.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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