Sports in Chino Valley

67% Off One Month of Classes at CG Martial Arts

Surprise

$150 $49

Beginners train with experienced instructors to learn the basics of martial arts

Up to 50% Off at Peoria Pines Golf & Restaurant

Peoria

$52.26 $26

18-hole “power executive” course packs 11 par 3s, five par 4s, and two par 5s into a 4,412-yard, par 63 layout

Up to 69% Off Tae Kwon Do Classes

Peoria

$50 $25

Kids and adults build self-discipline and confidence while practicing their kicks and sparring during tae kwon do lessons

51% Off Kids' Kung Fu Classes at United Kung Fu

Peoria

$99 $49

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Little Tigers classes teach Kung Fu basics as well as focus, discipline, coordination, balance, courtesy, and respect to kids aged 4–7

Half Off at Ape Index Rock Climbing

Peoria

$20 $9.99

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Guests burn calories while they scale 32-foot walls, swing from top ropes, and climb the face of a 3-D globe

61% Off Entry to 5K Run to Represent

Peoria Sports Complex

$56 $22

Racers donning favorite team jerseys or alma mater caps compete on the trails of the Peoria Sports Complex

94% Off at ATA Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

$324 $20

Decades old school teaches students martial arts at 11 locations

Up to 56% Off Private Golf Lessons in Glendale

The Legend at Arrowhead Golf Course

$50 $25

Lessons with teaching professional and Tiger Woods look-alike include tips for improving your swing, short game, and strategy

Up to 69% Off Kickboxing and Weight-Training Classes

Glendale

$110 $39

Professional kickboxers lead kickboxing and weight training classes, helping members of all skill levels to build muscle and burn calories

Up to 78% Off Boxing Gym Membership or Lessons

Glendale

$85 $19

Trainers impart boxing techniques to co-ed students at one-on-one sessions; memberships include access to a full-size ring and 40-plus bags

Half Off Tang Soo Do Classes

Glendale

$80 $40

Tang Doo Do masters lead classes designed for all experience levels that combine movements from karate and tai chi

94% Off Martial-Arts Classes

Multiple Locations

$324 $20

Students don uniforms for karate, tae kwon do, or krav maga classes

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The guides at Arizona Trail Horse Adventures lead sightseers on horseback rides through Dead Horse Ranch State Park and the Verde Valley. Horse and rider traverse a variety of terrain, crossing barren riverbeds, trotting through high desert, or pondering the duality of cottonwood trees, all while absorbing the beautiful scenery of their surroundings. The trails pose numerous opportunities to spot the wild animals indigenous to the region, including great blue heron, black hawks, beavers, and mule deer. On the 180-minute Monument Loop Trail, peeled peepers can spot the Tuzigoot National Monument, which displays the remains of a Native American pueblo.

675 Dead Horse Ranch Road
Cottonwood,
AZ
US

Most humans can't outrun a leopard or even outwrestle a black bear. But at Predator Zip Line, they can certainly out-engineer them. Conducted up to 75 feet above ground, the Predator tour's five zip lines soar over habitats full of storybook beasts from Out of Africa Wildlife Park, such as Barbary lions, white tigers, and giraffes. Along with the sights below, the Predator course affords panoramic views of the red rocks of Sedona, the summit of the San Francisco peaks, and the Verde Valley.

4020 West Cherry Creek Road
Camp Verde,
AZ
US

Vortex Yoga Hiking’s yogi, Blair Darby, leads each tour with a deft touch, helping hikers merge nature and spirituality as he offers lighthearted reflections on both. Fuse the stability of russet mountains with the flow of yoga on a yoga hike, where participants hike to a predetermined yoga site, allowing for a cardiovascular warm-up and stern talking-to for lazy joints. On the hike, Blair provides spiritual guidance and observations, peppered with gentle humor. The yoga flow lasts about 45 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of meditation to center the body and practice newfound hovering abilities. For a customized experience, patrons can elect to combine their yoga hike with options such as a walking chocolate meditation, raw-food picnic, or mandala coloring. Kids under the age of 10 can discover their inner pool of enlightenment while stoking their inner fire of commercialism: one child per adventure is paid $2 to join the tour. Contact Blair for reservations or for more information.

100 El Camino Road
Sedona,
AZ
US

Customers at Sedona ATV Rentals & Off Road Adventures return their ATVs at the end of the day with the Sedona desert’s iconic red dust tucked in every groove of the tires and smiles on their faces. To create these memorable outings, the company offers four types of ATVs that cater to riders of all riding preferences, including open-air midsize ATVs seating one or two and road-legal buggies seating three or four. Before guests begin their expeditions, the off-roading pros equip them with helmets, goggles, and maps etched in sandstone so they can careen past red-rock formations and dense foliage on half- or full-day rides and find their way back easily and safely.

2020 Contactors Rd.
Sedona,
AZ
US

Sedona Golf Resort's par 71 course challenges golfers of all skill levels with 6,646 yards of mesa-trimmed greenery, earning accolades from Golf.com and Golf Digest for its awe-inspiring views. Practice on the clubhouse-side putting area before carting off across a labyrinth of tees, manicured greens, and fairways that test short and long games as well as each golfer's ability to tell a sand trap from a quicksand trap. The 10th hole invites competitors to drink in Cathedral Rock's majestic spires, piercing clouds against a backdrop of distant desert peaks and blue skies. Athletic endeavors wind down as crews converge around the 18th hole's peaceful pond, lined with stones and windsocks stitched from the recycled polos of champions. Snag a discounted online tee time with the Red Rock Card, which not only takes 20% off the Golf Shop's designer duds from brands such as Adidas and Nike, but also grants golfers reduced rates at Sedona and eight other Arizona courses.

35 Ridge Trail Dr
Sedona,
AZ
US

Tucked in the shadows of the evergreen peaks of Bill Williams Mountain, Elephant Rocks Golf Course weaves through scenic terrain at an elevation of 6,000 feet or more. Elephant Rocks' alpine perch provides golfers a cooler destination than the desert or volcano-side courses typically associated with Arizona golf, but the temperate air is hardly the course's only draw. Rows of mature ponderosa pines pinch the fairways throughout the 6,695-yard, par 72 course, and water hazards come into play on seven holes, including two par-threes where tee shots must clear a pond in order to reach the green. The course draws its name from a series of large lava rocks that line the road into to the club that resemble elephants in color, size, and strident anti-mouse attitude.

A driving range and practice green share Elephant Rocks' scenic grounds, letting golfers warm up before starting their rounds. After a day at the links, guests can unwind with a drink or a snack at the club house, which was originally built by railway workers in 1932 and features local stone, a natural rock fireplace, and original timber roof beams.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Length of 6,695 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 70.2 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 124 from the farthest tees
  • Three tee options
  • Scorecard

2200 Country Club Dr
Williams,
AZ
US