Arizona's Highs and Lows: Peaks and Canyons

Phoenix and Vicinity Highest Peaks:

Note: Though listed, not all peaks are accessible.


  • Camelback Mountain - Summit Elevation: 2,704 ft
  • Piestewa Peak - 2,608 ft
  • Peak 2429 - 2,429 ft
  • Mummy Mountain - 2,260 ft
  • Shaw Butte - 2,149 ft
  • North Mountain - 2,104 ft
  • Lookout Mountain - 2,054 ft
  • Point 1928 - 1,928 ft
  • White Tank Mountain - 4,083 ft
  • Sierra Estrella Peak - 4,512 ft
  • Butterfly Peak - 4,119 ft
  • Quartz Peak - 4,052 ft
  • South Mountain - 2,690 ft
  • Santan Mountains - 3,104 ft
  • Superstition Peak - 5,057 ft
  • Unnamed Peak (Flatiron's True Peak) - 5,027 ft
  • Peak 4869 - 4,869 ft
  • Flatiron - 4,860 ft
  • The Hand - 2,930 ft
  • Pass Mountain - 3,312 ft
  • East End - 4,067 ft
  • Usery Mountains - 2,959 ft
  • McDowell Peak - 4,034 ft
  • Thompson Peak - 3,982 ft

    Arizona's 20 Highest Peaks and Deepest Canyons:
    Peaks...

    • Mount Humphreys - Summit Elevation: 12,633 ft
    • Mount Baldy - 11,403 ft
    • Escudilla Mountain - 10,912 ft
    • Kendrick Peak - 9,250 ft
    • Webb Peak - 10,030 ft
    • Heliograph Peak - 10,022 ft
    • Chiricahua Peak - 9,759 ft
    • Flys Peak - 9,666 ft
    • Snowshed Peak - 9,665 ft
    • Miller Peak - 9,466 ft
    • Mount Wrightson - 9,453 ft
    • Monte Vista Peak - 9,357 ft
    • Blue Peak - 9,346 ft
    • Elden Mountain - 9,295 ft
    • Bill Williams Mountain - 10,418 ft
    • Carr Peak - 9,250 ft
    • Mount Lemmon - 9,157 ft
    • Clark Peak - 9,006 ft
    • Sentinel Peak - 8,999 ft
    • O'Leary Peak - 8,938 ft

    Canyons...

    • Grand - Canyon Depth: 4,460 ft
    • Tuckup - 3,360 ft
    • Paria - 3,000 ft
    • Oak Creek - 2,500 ft
    • Tuckup - 2,480 ft
    • KP Creek - 2,400 ft
    • Salome - 2,200 ft
    • Kanab - 1,900 ft
    • Secret - 1,800 ft
    • Jacks - 1,760 ft
    • Bear Wallow - 2,400ft
    • West Clear Creek - 1,720 ft
    • Fossil Springs - 1,600 ft
    • Havasu - 1,540 ft
    • Long - 1,360 ft
    • Hack - 1,340 ft
    • West Fork Oak Creek - 1,300 ft
    • Sycamore - 1,080 ft
    • Wet Beaver - 1,050 ft
    • Agua Fria - 1,000 ft


    Source Information:

    SummitPost.org

    Arizona 20-20 Challenge

    For more information about these peaks and canyons, visit our Parks and Preserves: Local, State and National page.

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Arizona's Highs and Lows: Peaks and Canyons September 18, 2009 11:23 AM P-kitty
Parks and Preserves: Local, State and National January 2, 2011 1:12 PM P-kitty
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Abound! January 2, 2011 11:48 AM P-kitty
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