The Arizona Summer Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge is a series of iconic mountain hikes in the Sedona/Flagstaff area that will get you ready for your next big adventure.
This strenuous out-and-back hike in the Red Rock District of the Coconino National Forest is mostly unshaded, steep, and difficult. You'll earn the panoramic views on this journey.
The tallest of the red sandstone peaks surrounding Sedona, Wilson Mountain provides some of the best views of the region.
This extinct Peistocene lava dome volcano is surrounded by a field of lava, with good views of the San Francisco Peak and even a glimpse of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
This lava dome features wildflowers, forested trails, panoramic views and a fire lookout tower at the summit. When it's clear, you can see Oak Creek Canyon, the Painted Desert, Sunset Crater and Flagstaff below.
Atop one of the highest peaks in the San Francisco Mountains you'll find a fire lookout tower that was originally established in the early 1900s and remains actively staffed today.
The highest point in Arizona and the 26th most prominent peak in the lower 48 states. The summit is sometimes referred to as "Arizona's little Colorado". The views are tremendous, extending from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon to the desert mountains near Phoenix.
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of outdoor enthusiasts
The Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge supports Big City Mountaineers – a great non-profit organization that instills critical life skills by mentoring under-resourced youth through wilderness adventures.
A portion of the proceeds from each registration helps support BCM. Love to help? Join our fundraising team and make your summits count for even more!
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What Challengers Are Saying
"Had a great time doing the Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge this year!"
- Jason Fitzpatrick
"The Six-Pack of Peaks was a great way of pushing through my limits and making new friends along the way!"
- Nadia E.
"An amazing experience! Thank you for the inspiration and the gift of a new and exciting way of life."
- Nick Wagstaff
"Empowering and life enriching experience! I have always loved the outdoors and nature, but this experience feels like a new beginning! Gratitude!"
- Jana M.
"Thanks for challenging us. It was fun!"
- Christina Flores-Hinojosa