Four Peaks (Yavapai: Wikopa, at 7657 feet (2335 m) in altitude, is a prominent landmark on the eastern skyline of Phoenix.

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Four Peaks (Yavapai: Wikopa, at 7657 feet (2335 m) in altitude, is a prominent landmark on the eastern skyline of Phoenix, part of the Mazatzal Mountains. It is located in the Tonto National Forest 40 miles (64 km) east-northeast of Phoenix, in the 60,740-acre (245.8 km2) Four Peaks Wilderness. On rare occasions, Four Peaks offers much of the Phoenix metro area a view of snow covered peaks, and is the highest point in Maricopa County. View of Desert and Four Peaks The name Four Peaks is a reference to the four distinct peaks of a north-south ridge forming the mountain's summit. The northernmost peak is named Brown's Peak and is the tallest of the four at 7,657 feet (2,334 m).[2] The remaining summits are unnamed, and from north to south are 7,642 feet (2,329 m), 7,575 feet (2,309 m) and 7,524 feet (2,293 m) in altitude.
Location: Tonto National Forest, AZ N.E of Phoenix.