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I went to Scottsdale last weekend with some friends. Scottsdale is actually pretty cool. It’s not a big city, but it has a modern, diverse feel that I really liked.
We rented a Jeep to drive out to Sedona. However, when we went to pick up the Jeep, it wasn’t ready for us. They said they wouldn’t have one until noon, and they didn’t have the one we wanted. It ended up working out, though. We got an open-air Jeep around eleven and headed out to Sedona.
Sedona was absolutely beautiful. The weather was a perfect seventy-five degrees, which felt amazing in the Jeep as we drove down the trails. The huge red rocks reminded me of the Grand Canyon, and you could see for miles.
We spent the whole day in Sedona, but it still wasn’t enough time. We went to a phenomenal Mexican restaurant. There was an hour and a half wait, but it was definitely worth it.
The nightlife back in Scottsdale was surprisingly trendy. It reminded me of Austin or New York City—very multicultural and hip. We met a lot of people from California.
The next afternoon, we climbed Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale. Camelback Mountain is a tourist attraction, so we didn’t expect it to be particularly challenging. We were wrong.
The climb to the top is about 1.5 miles, and it’s supposed to take an hour and a half to three hours to finish. We started climbing around 2:30. It was actually pretty dangerous. We frequently used two hands to climb, clinging to boulders. If you weren’t careful, you could slip off a forty-foot drop. It would have been easy to get hurt.
My friends and I are decently athletic people, but it took us four hours to finish Camelback Mountain. By six p.m., it was dark enough that we had to get out our cell phones to use as flashlights. The whole climb was crazy, but it was a fun adventure. The scenic views justified the risky trail.
We flew home that night and got in at two a.m. It was an exhausting, exciting weekend in Arizona.
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