My wife and were looking to take a vacation to the Scottsdale area over Labor Day weekend. We are both 30 years old, and used to high humidity in Chicago, but the more we read about monsoon season the more we second guess whether we should go to Scottsdale or consider a different part of the country.
We mostly want to do some hiking, and spend the rest of the time lounging at the resort by the pool.
So our main questions are:
Is it possible to hike in the morning or is it still to hot? And besides the temp, is it dangerous to go hiking with the threat of severe storms/flooding?
During the day is it to hot to even be at the pool?
Right now we are leaning between the JW Marriott camelback and the 4 seasons troon north, the JW Marriott is $370 cheaper over the course of our 3day stay, is the 4 seasons that much better that we should still consider it? Are there any other hotels that we should consider that could compare to the JW's $119 rate a night.
Thanks in advance.