​​​Lookout & ​Shadow Mountain

 

 

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​These mountains are smaller cousins to the more popular North Mountain area, located just to the south. Though lower in elevation than nearby summits, these two mountains provide a chance to hike to a peak and enjoy vistas without the crowds and steep elevation gains of nearby Piestewa Peak and North Mountain.

 

Current Trail ProjectsTrail Map & Descriptions
 

Trailheads:

Lookout Mountain Park
1898 E. Evans Dr.

Lookout Mountain Trailhead
15600 N. 16th St.

Shadow Mountain - Acoma Dr. Access
2601 E. Acoma Dr.

Shadow Mountain - 28th St. Access
13800 N. 28th St.

(No parking or defined trailhead.)

 

Parking/Entrance Hours:

Lookout Mountain Park:
5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Lookout Mountain Trailhead:
Sunrise to 7 p.m. or Sunset, whichever comes first.

  

Trail Hours:

5 a.m. to 11 p.m.​

 
Register for Hikes and Outdoor Nature Programs
 

Contact Information:

Ranger Office:
602-262-7901

Natural Resources Office
(Business Hours Only):
602-495-5458

Contact Natural Resource staff regarding resource management at desert preserves
or call 602-261-8318


Take a hike, do it right logo 

Review "Take a Hike. Do it Right." guidelines before visiting the trail.  The symbol to the right of each trail name represents the difficulty rating.

Trail rating guide 

*Add an additional level of difficulty when the temperature is in the triple digits. 

 


Additional Area Information:

Lookout Mountain Preserve Trail Assessment