Arizona peaks

4,142 peaks

Highest peak

Humphreys Peak

12,633 ft / 3,850 m

Most summited peak

Humphreys Peak

227 summits

Most prominent peak

Mount Graham

6,320 ft / 1,926 m prom

Arizona summits

5,033 summits

First Ascent Awards

980 of 4,142 peaks 23%

Top climbing months

January 12%

December 11%

March 11%

Arizona mountains highlights

  • Humphreys Peak (12,633 ft) is the highest mountain in Arizona and is located within the San Francisco Peaks range. It is the only place in Arizona where hikers can experience an alpine environment and has a unique "tundra-like" ecosystem at the summit.
  • Camelback Mountain (2,704 ft) in the Phoenix metropolitan area is a popular hike in the Echo Canyon Recreation Area. It is known for its unique rock formations, including a "camel hump" at the summit, which offers stunning views of the city.
  • Mount Lemmon (9,157 ft) is the highest peak in the Santa Catalina Mountains near Tucson and offers hikers a unique experience of hiking through five different climate zones, from the desert to the forested mountaintop.
  • The Superstition Mountains are known for their rugged beauty and are home to the Flatiron (4,861 ft), a popular and challenging hike known for its unique rock formations, including the iconic "flatiron" rock at the summit.
  • Chiricahua Peak (9,763 ft) is located in the Chiricahua Mountains in southeastern Arizona, known for their unique rock formations and abundant wildlife. The peak offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape, including the "Wonderland of Rocks."
  • Mount Humphreys (11,670 ft) is the highest peak in the White Mountains and is known for its stunning views of the surrounding landscape, including the deep blue waters of Big Lake and the surrounding forests.
  • Cathedral Rock (4,921 ft) is a popular hike in Sedona, known for its stunning red rock formations and spiritual significance to the local community. The trail offers a challenging climb with rewarding views of the surrounding canyons and valleys.

Popular Arizona mountains