Best Things To Do In Phoenix In The Summer

Best Things To Do In Phoenix In The Summer

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Looking for the perfect way to spend your summer in Phoenix? Find all the best things to do in town during the warm season.

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    Aaron Ardaiz is a professional welder who currently works with All Things Metal in Phoenix, AZ. -- Aaron Ardaiz via Foursquare
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    Not only does this mountain help you physically, mentally, you have to want it as much.... Don't quit it's worth it when you get to the TOP! -- Deanna Grace via Foursquare
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    This is a great starter mountain to hike and the views are beautiful. The parking is huge and the added bonus of having great facilities is a plus in my book. #hiking #Arizona #stayfit -- Amber Braxton via Foursquare
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    Great summit hike with 360 degree view of the valley. Lots of nice folks on the trail. 1200 ft. climb. Takes about an hour (+/-). -- David Bowler via Foursquare
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    Numerous trail heads, lots of parking spots, and endless miles of trails. Bathrooms at most of the trailheads and the park is easily accessible from Phoenix, Tempe & Ahwatukee. -- Summer via Foursquare
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    This is the perfect hike. It takes about an hour and 15 minutes to go up and down. There is a bench at the top to relax with an amazing view. Just make sure you go before May or it is too hot. -- Erin Crosswait via Foursquare
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    Your music isn't as awesome of motivating to others around you. Please use headphones -- Shane Shannon via Foursquare
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    Hubbard has wonderful swim teachers. My kids have been taking lessons and are learning a lot. I would recommend it for kids of all ages. -- Rachel Feitlinger via Foursquare
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    2,704-foot peak,highest point in the Phoenix Mountains, is a two-summited mountain that looks like a kneeling camel to the imaginative eye.The 1.16-mile Summit Trail, one of most popular in the area. -- Trails.com via Foursquare
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    Pros: less crowded, fewer Scottsdale-ites wearing gallons of perfume, more climbing near the end. Cons: must park & walk, much more slippery/treacherous on the way down, no H2O at trailhead. -- Annie Cowan via Foursquare
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    If your in town for a few days, and love hiking, you must attempt Camelback. It is a great hike with an amazing view! Just be cautious with parking, it can fill up pretty quickly so get their early. -- Michelle O via Foursquare
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    Even if you can't make it all the way to the top, this is a must try during your stay. If you're here on Sat. there is a guided hike. If not, stop by the front desk to grab a map and be on your way. -- Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia via Foursquare
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