Hiking & Outdoors
Table Top Mountain
The 34,400-acre is the highest peak in the area and its flat-topped summit is a familiar landmark. Steeply rising flat-top mesas, ridges, lava flows, wide canyons and mesquite-and ironwood-lined washes surround Table Top Peak.
Hikers, backpackers, horseback riders and others venturing into the wilderness are rewarded with solitude. The four-mile-long Table Top hiking trail leads to the summit. Desert bighorn sheep, coyote, quail, javelina, giant spotted whiptail lizard and the Ajo Mountain whipsnake, and numerous birds, reptiles and raptors abound.
The majestic Picacho Peak won the coveted Phoenix New Times Best Winter Hike award in 2012. The Hunter Trail is a 4-mile scenic workout to the summit and back. Littered with wildflowers and views rivaling the famed Camelback Mountain, Pichacho also delivers a civil-war reenactment battle every March.
Known as the destination for thrilling spectator events, club racing, corporate outings and experiential marketing; Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park offers the finest facility for motorsports and other exhilarating activities.
The multi-faceted, 450 acre park offers an array of options for racers, event-promotion companies, and fans alike.
Included in the World-Class Facility are:
3 Road Course Circuits
Acres of pavement for Autocross & Skidpad use
120 Acre Watersports Lake
¼ Mile NHRA Drag Strip
Drag Boat Racing
Off-Road Truck Racing, and more!
Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park is also home to the famed
Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving.
Whether you are a virginal jumper or a hussy of the sky, Sky Dive Arizona is the premier drop zone for you! Dubbed the "Skydiving Mecca of the West", this experience is more than just a cheap thrill: apparently it's downright religious. Nearby Eloy never sounded so good.