Humphreys Peak, a dormant volcano, is Arizona's highest mountain and the highest peak of the San Francisco Mountains. It is considered to be the easiest of all the US state high points to summit. Many hikers start the ascent from the nearby ski area Arizona Snowbowl, following a 5 mile trail. The San Francisco Mountains are of significant spiritual importance for a number of native tribes, among them the Navajo and the Hopi.
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Elevation: 3851 m
Country and region: USA, Arizona
Mountain range: San Francisco Peaks
Prominence: 1841 m
Orometric dominance: 48
Coordinates: 35.346426, -111.677977