My Petting Zoo LLC offers children and adults alike the chance to interact with a variety of gentle animals. Miniature goats, a mini horse, and a pony named Riley cavort among rabbits, chickens, ducks, and potbellied pigs. Customers are welcome to visit the animals at a farm, or request a mobile visit that brings the animals to parties, events, schools, or homes.
Hybrid Adventure Games (H.A.G.) tests participant’s obstacle course abilities and grit in a fusion of unconventional sports. Deep in the verdant forests of the Pacific Northwest, athletes strain their endurance to score as many points as possible in a competition designed to challenge adventurers’ minds and bodies. An adventure run and an obstacle course are combined with tractor-tire flipping, archery-range shooting, and beer drinking in the three-hour long competition. H.A.G. forms teams, or go-getters can create a team and join the Teams 4 a Cause division where H.A.G. will donate $5 per team member to your favorite charity or cause on behalf of your team. Winners are selected using a unique scoring system that combines strength, grit, and spirit. While exhausted racers snuggle under a warm tree at the scenic Ski Bowl, H.A.G. contenders will be partying with live music and entertainment, a post-race costume competition, and one complimentary thirst-quenching beer for each athlete to help replenish the body's natural stores. Adventurers should arrive with a photo ID at least one hour early to park and pick up their race packets.
Fitness Dynamics Studio owner KC Ackerman brings her passion for Pilates and fitness to a variety of group fitness classes. An NASM certified personal trainer, KC teaches with the goal of bringing balance to the bodies of her clients. Complementing KC are a team of instructors, who boast certifications ranging from STOTT rehabilitative Pilates to Zumba and turbo kickboxing. Together within the walls of the 4,300 square foot studio, they bring their skills and experience to high-energy fitness classes held six days a week, relegating all low-energy fitness classes, such as Power Napping, to Sunday afternoons.
Cellar 13's owner, Mike Hightower, is no triskaidekaphobian. That is, he's not afraid of the number 13. Rather, he embraces it. He even themed his whole business around the superstitious number: it's no coincidence that Cellar 13 offers 13 red wines, 13 white wines, and 13 menu items. Guests can choose to explore either of the two outdoor patios, dine along the wine bar, or descend—yes, 13 steps—down to the cellar, where a cozy lounge with leather armchairs and dark wood tables welcomes guests and anything served in a bottle or stemmed glassware. No matter where you sit, you will encounter a variety of fine wines, gourmet sandwiches, and a friendly staff.
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.