Hike up Poston Butte near Phoenix, Arizona.
Charles Poston (1825 - 1902) had a historic impact on the early years of Arizona, lobbying then President Lincoln to make Arizona a territory. He held several jobs in the government of that era, including being the first Arizona territory congressional delegate. Long after his service to Arizona ended, he was buried on top of the hill now named after him.
From the parking area, cross under the railroad bridge and look to your left. You can clearly see Poston butte, along with the pyramid built to mark Poston's burial site. There are several trails in the area, pick one of the first ones that splits off to the left towards the base of the hill. The wide trail is easy to follow and after a 300 ft climb leads to the top of the butte and the pyramid. There are some views of the surrounding desert and the town of Florence.
When ready, return the way you came.