The beautiful weather and climate in Scottsdale lends itself to plentiful outdoor play and sport year-round. With some of the most scenic trails in Arizona, Paradise Valley has the right hike or bike route for every level. To find the best routes near the resort including trail maps, guides and descriptions, please request information from the concierge upon arrival.
To book a group or private hike, please contact our experience designers at (888) 627-3010
HUDSON JAMIS BIKE RENTALS
Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia offers Hudson Jamis cruiser bike rentals for $10/hour per bike. A wide range of men's and women's bikes are available in small, medium and large, in various colors.
To learn more about bike rentals, please contact guest services at (480) 627-3200
ECHO CANYON ON CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN
Only a 10 – 15 minute walk from the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa, Echo Canyon offers a difficult trail open sunrise to sunset. The length of the trail to the summit is 1.2 miles and the trail ascends through spectacular sandstone rock formations with an elevation gain of 1,264 feet (summit is 2,704 feet). The summit rewards with unparalleled views of the Valley.
CHOLLA TRAIL ON CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN
This 1.5 mile trail (one way) is deemed as a moderate difficulty hike with an elevation gain of 1,200 feet. The trail heads up a well-maintained trail on Camelback's east flank, but becomes a challenging and technical ascent upon reaching the ridge-line.
This 9 mile loop will take you through residential neighborhoods and give you picturesque views of the desert and surrounding mountains.
THE ARIZONA CANAL
A short distance from the resort, the Arizona Canal is one of Phoenix's longest multi-use trails. Ideal for long bike rides or runs, this trail is 40 miles of paved and graveled surfaces from end to end. The canal brings water and life to the desert and provides an attractive place to bike and run.
MCDOWELL SONORAN CONSERVANCY
Explore a living treasure you will remember for a lifetime. Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve, including the beautiful McDowell Mountains, currently encompasses more than 30,000 contiguous acres with almost 130 miles of trails. Trailhead gates are open from sunrise to sunset, and there is no charge for parking or access. Learn More.