Arizona, United States
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 east-northeast of Phoenix, in the 60740 acres 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.
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 7657 feet. The remaining summits are unnamed, and from north to south are 7642 feet, 7575 feet and 7524 feet in altitude.