Phoenix Summit Challenge

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Event Details

Phoenix Summit Challenge highlights the vastness, beauty and physical challenge the city's more than 41,000 acres of desert parks and mountain preserves offer.

Participants choose from the PHX7, PHX5, PHX4 or All Abilities4 routes and packages. Cost per person includes a day of hiking, dinner, giveaways and event t-shirt. Corporate/Team (team of eight) registration also is available.

Phoenix Summit Challenge

Address : 12634 N. Paradise Village Pkwy. W. Phoenix az
Phone : 602-262-6862   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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