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  • Active Health

    11011 S. 48th St. Phoenix, AZ 85044

  • Ahwatukee Country Club

    12432 S. 48th St. Ahwatukee, AZ 85044

  • Foothills Golf Club

    2201 E. Clubhouse Drive Ahwatukee, AZ 85048

  • Pecos Community Center Skate Park

    Pecos Community Center Skate Park

    17010 S. 48th St. Ahwatukee, AZ 85048

  • Pima Canyon Trailhead at South Mountain Park and Preserve

    Pima Canyon Trailhead at South Mountain Park and Preserve

    9904 S. 48th St. Ahwatukee, AZ 85044 Our knees just aren't what they used to be, but we still love the freedom and beauty of running on a surface that wasn't created by a steamroller. When we're not in the mood for the demanding ups and downs of some of the local single-track trails in desert parks, the dirt road leading west from the parking lot of Pima Canyon proves more than satisfying. A metal gate stops all motorized traffic from entering, but you may have to dodge a few fast-moving mountain bikes coming down the slope. And about that slope: It's gentle but relentless. It's just over a mile from the parking lot to the trailhead of National Trail, though the incline and uneven terrain makes it seem longer. Enough rocks and divots exist to force us to pay attention to the trail but that means it's working our muscles better than an ordinary jog would. Coming back, the grade isn't steep enough to punish our joints — much. We've used this two-mile-plus workout, done frequently over a multi-week period, to prime ourselves for the Grand Canyon, Humphreys Peak, and other hearty Arizona challenges. More >>

  • Southern Dunes Golf Club

    Southern Dunes Golf Club

    48456 W. Highway 286 Maricopa, AZ 85139
    480-367-8949 Located about a half-hour southwest of Sky Harbor, on the other side of South Mountain, this sweet public course provides both a "true test" of golf and one of the best bangs for the buck this side of Augusta. The fairways generally are wide and forgiving, a must for our many wayward drives, though the second shots on the par-4s invariably are dicey, with strategically placed deep bunkers that protect the greens like sentries. And those greens, while expansive, undulate like belly dancers, which make dreaded three-putts loom ever possible. Though it's a bit of a schlep for many, the price at this Troon facility is much lower than at fellow courses in Scottsdale, an hour or so north. When the much-higher winter rates kick in, usually around November 1, it still costs "only" about $100 for a round. We do appreciate that we didn't lose even one ball over the 18, on our way to a comfortable 94. That, non-golfers, is eminently mediocre. More >>

  • Title Boxing Club

    5037 E. Ray Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85044