Attractions Outdoor Activities
With over 300 days of sunshine annually, Paradise Valley is a haven for both winter and summer activities. Surrounded by mountains, wilderness and lake, Paradise Valley is a beautiful outdoor hub for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, tennis, golf, water sports and more. Notably, Arizona is home to some of the finest luxury tennis resorts and camps in the world, according to Fodor’s among others. Additionally, it is a surprisingly short drive to three ski resorts, with peaks over 12000 feet and 300 inches of snowfall a year! And don’t forget the world-renowned famous beauty of Sedona, also just a short drive away.
Camelback Mountain Activities: hiking (Cholla and Echo Canyon trails)
Phoenix Mountains Preserve/Piestewa PeakActivities: Hiking
Phoenix Sonoran Preserve Activities: Hiking
Arizona Area Lakes Activities: boating, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking, etc.
Lost Dutchman State Park Activities: Hiking, Camping
Sedona Activities: hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, etc.
Arizona SnowbowlActivities: Skiing, snowboarding, sledding (winter) hiking, mountain biking, camping (summer)
Sunrise Ski ParkActivities: Skiing, snowboarding
Mt. LemmonActivities: Skiing, snowboarding (winter) hiking (summer)
In addition to the many fine local tennis resorts like the Sanctuary on Camelback, here are a few of the highest ranked Tennis Resorts in the area:
Boulder’s Resort and Spa
CopperWynd Resort and Club
The Lodge at Ventana Canyon
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