Arizona Biltmore Estates Neighborhood Portal
BHHS Arizona Properties BILTMORE Office

Wells Fargo & Fiesta Bowl HOLE IN ONE challenge at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club

Wells Fargo & Fiesta Bowl HOLE IN ONE challenge at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club

The Wells Fargo Fiesta Bowl Million Dollar Hole-In-One continues to be one of the nation’s top amateur hole-in-one tournaments.

For just $1 a shot, more than 2,000 golfers of varying skill levels aim for a hole-in-one on a 125-yard hole. The top finishers each day receive fabulous prizes- including PING irons, golf bags and certificates for complimentary rounds of golf at the Valley’s best courses, as well as dining experiences at some of the Valley’s finest restaurants. The top three daily finishers, including anyone who nails a hole-in-one, advance to the final round for a shot at the $1 million hole.

Read More

Arizona Canal

Arizona Canal

Canal banks of the Arizona Biltmore Estates are open for walking, running and bicycling. The distance between 32nd Street and 24th Street on the banks of the Arizona canal is 1.15 miles. Round Trip along our waterfront on the Arizona canal is 2.3 miles  

Read More

Thunderbird Trail

Thunderbird Trail

Thunderbird Trail leads pedestrians from the South West quadrant of the Arizona Biltmore Estates to and from the Resort & Spa connecting to 24th Street at Missouri Avenue

Read More

Grand Paseo

Grand Paseo

The Grande Paseo trail and the historic Pink sidewalks lead pedestrians from the Resort & Spa uphill eventually connecting to the Phoenix Mountain Preserve Park trails.  The Grand Paseo was originally built as an amenity for guests of the Hotel to adventure into the foothills of then Squaw Peak – now known as Piestewa Peak.  In the late 1970’s the sidewalks and trail became a treasure of the neighborhood and resort, connecting to the neighborhoods of the...

Read More

Adobe Restaurant

Adobe Restaurant

Located at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club you’ll discover the Adobe restaurant HOURS Breakfast & Lunch Daily 6:30-2:30 Happy Hour Menu Daily 2:30 until close Bar: Open daily at 6:30am until golf course closes

Read More

Phoenix Mountains Park Preserve – Piestewa Peak Recreation Area

Phoenix Mountains Park Preserve – Piestewa Peak Recreation Area

  Trail #8A – Quartz Ridge Trail Length: 1.7 miles Elevation: 1,300 -1,800 ft. Multi-use trail Difficulty: Moderate The trailhead is located at 32nd Street and Lincoln Drive. There are no restrooms and no drinking water at this parking area. The Quartz Ridge Trail climbs moderately to connect with the L.V. Yates Trail and Ruth Hamilton Trails, which in turn offer access to the Nature Trail and eventually Trail 100. Trail #200 & 200A – Mohave Trail Length: .4 mile Elevation: 1,788 ft. – 1,480 ft. Multi-use trail Difficulty: Easy to moderate The trailhead is located at the upper parking lot of the Mohave picnic area at Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area. Paved parking, drinking water and restrooms are available. Please note that there is no parking in residential areas along Squaw Peak Drive signed “No Parking.” The trail ascends a short distance to the junction of 200A and turns west along a level pathway to the base of the high peak. Follow the directional arrows up the hill to the hitching rack. Return by the same route or on 200A which will return to Ramada #5 of the Mohave picnic area.   Trail #202 – Mohave Connector Brown Length: .1.5 miles Elevation: 1,300 ft. – 1,500 ft. Difficulty: Easy to moderate   Trail #300 – Summit Trail Length: 1.2 miles Elevation: 2,608 ft. – 1,400 ft. (hikers gain more than 1,200 feet in elevation on this trail) Hiking trail only Difficulty: Extremely Strenuous and Difficult. Long rocky segments with possible drops and exsposure.   The trailhead is located in the parking lot at the first driveway on the left in Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area. To reach the trail to the summit of Piestewa Peak, turn east on Squaw Peak Drive from Lincoln Drive between 22nd and 24th streets. Paved parking, drinking water and restrooms are available. Please note that there is no parking in residential areas along Squaw Peak Drive signed “No Parking.” The trail to the summit of Piestewa Peak was first constructed by a wrangler employed at the Biltmore Hotel sometime around 1930. Now, it is one of the most heavily used trails in the nation with 4,000 to 10,000 hikers per week. The trail ascends Piestewa Peak to the highest point in the park. Dogs and bicycles are not permitted on the Summit Trail. Trail #300 – Summit Trail Length: 1.2 miles Elevation: 2,608 ft. – 1,400 ft. (hikers gain more than 1,200 feet in elevation on this trail) Hiking trail only Difficulty: Extremely Strenuous and Difficult. Long rocky segments with possible drops and exsposure. Piestewa Peak Phoenix, Arizona, U.S. Elevation 2,610.0 ft (796 m) NAVD 88[1] Prominence 1,176 ft (358 m)[2] Location Range Phoenix Mountains Coordinates 33°32′51″N 112°01′15″WCoordinates: 33°32′51″N 112°01′15″W Geology Schist rock...

Read More

Van’s Golf Shop

Van’s Golf Shop

Arizona’s premiere golf retailer, Van’s Golf Shops combine friendly, expert staff with one of the largest selections of golf clubs in the country! Come visit any one of our Biltmore location on the South East corner of 32nd Street & Camelback Road 3217 E Camelback Road Phoenix Arizona (602) 957-0001  

Read More