Walking in Phoenix


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  • The Rave Run Shakopee
    As night falls, participants in the noncompetitive Rave Run pull on neon T-shirts, don glow-in-the dark glasses, and stuff their pockets with glow sticks. Spectators look on as the throng of illuminated runners, which includes kids and adults, make their way through a 5-kilometer course that winds through city streets. The event culminates with an after party, where a DJ spin tunes and powerful lasers cast out beams that illuminate wide smiles and the secret locations of any lost arks in the vicinity. Fog machines and CO2 jets help create a high-adrenaline atmosphere as attendees dance with their glow-in-the-dark compatriots. All the fun is for a good cause; The Rave Run partners with a local charity in each participating city.
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    1600 West Washington Street
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • The Rave Run Shakopee
    The Firefly Run combines the rigor of a 5K and a 10K race with the kaleidoscopic colors of a light show. LED beams and lasers pierce the dark, leading racers decked out in light-festooned gear through nighttime streets and parks to raise money for charity. Race coordinators keep competitors bright by encouraging them to wear costumes fitted with glow sticks, cartoonish helmets, light-up armbands, or any other light-themed decoration. Beyond the finish line, runners and audiences alike celebrate at a postrace dance party with live entertainment, visual effects, and a costume contest that rewards unique outfits and the athlete who was able to ward off the most gremlins.
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    1700 W Washington
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Maricopa Health Foundation
    Participants in the Super WOW Run are encouraged to dress up like their favorite super-powered crime-fighter or villain, but they become real-world heroes just by showing up. That's because the 5K run/walk benefits the Maricopa Health Foundation?the only public health system in the state of Arizona. Those without a costume can pick out a cape and eye-mask of their own for a nominal additional fee, and pint-size heroes can get in on the action with a kid-friendly 50-yard dash, an obstacle course, inflatables, and scrumptious healthy food.
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    5343 N. 16th Street, #460
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Vertical Hiking Tours
    After going on a number of boring hikes around Phoenix, the husband-and-wife duo behind Vertical Hiking Tours decided they had the perfect solution—pair hikes with other fun things to do in Phoenix. On one of their hikes, for example, the group explores the Phoenix desert while a photographer teaches techniques for capturing its natural beauty. On another desert hike, the group makes frequent stops to strike yoga poses, guided by a yoga instructor. Every excursion is also helmed by a guide certified in CPR, and First Aid.
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    8800 S 46th St
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Camelback Mountain
    Hike or bike to the top of this 2,704-foot peak, which is aptly named because the mountain resembles a camel with one hump. The park is also a great destination for nature lovers as it's home to flora and fauna such as saguaro and prickly pear cacti, cottontail rabbits, and, less commonly, rattlesnakes.
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    5701 North Echo Canyon Parkway
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Piestewa Peak
    Though the trek to the top of this 2,608-foot, 14-million-year-old rock can be difficult for inexperienced hikers, the dramatic views of Dreamy Draw, Phoenix Mountains Park, and the White Tank Mountains make it well worth the effort. Those who stick to the easier trails will find opportunities to spy wildlife like kit foxes and jackrabbits.
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    2800 East Squaw Peak Drive
    Phoenix, AZ US
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