The Arizona Winter Six-Pack of Peaks is a series of iconic mountain hikes that will get you ready for your next big adventure.
This 2,608′ peak rises prominently above Phoenix, and makes a great warm-up for the hikes to follow.
You will climb nearly 2,000 feet in 1.2 miles to reach the summit of 3,446' Picacho Peak. It's steep!
Not technically a peak, but with views like this, you won't mind a bit.
This 4,667' peak lies to the northwest of Tucson in Saguaro National Park, and is worth the trip.
One of the highest points in the Sierra Estrella Wilderness, Quartz Peak offers spectacular views from atop a unique summit block made of white quartz.
At 4,871', Flatiron is the tallest peak in the winter challenge. With 3,147' of vertical gain, it's also the toughest.
Support the next generation
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