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HOT AIR BALLOONING The dry desert winter climate is the ideal environment for soaring above it all and gaining a new perspective to take back to work. Spectacular views far below from hot air balloon companies over the beautiful Sonoran Desert provide breathtaking vistas and unforgettable memories. Afterwards, enjoy a champagne ceremony with sit-down catered cuisine.

STAR GAZING From the ground looking up at the skies, Arizona Star Tours is a mobile observatory that brings big telescopes and friendly astronomers to your location for an exclusive tour of the universe. Captivating, interactive sky tours are tailored for both small parties and large corporate events with over a thousand guests.

HORSEBACK RIDING Riding is arguably the most authentically Southwestern experience you can take advantage of in Arizona. While you’re high in the saddle, you’re apt to see eagles, roadrunners, coyotes, mustangs, huge cacti and other wild things that call the Sonoran Desert home.

OFF-ROADING The desert can be experienced off the beaten path with tour operators using hummers, blazers, jeeps, or ATVs to give you an up-close-and-personal look at the plants, animals and geologic features that make our Sonoran Desert one of nature’s most spectacular playgrounds. Tours can be combined with desert cookouts, shooting, stargazing, night vision, and optional team building exercises.

RACING CARS & GO KARTS Offering highly-advanced and environmentally-friendly electric go karts as well as large indoor entertainment venues that feature authentic racing memorabilia, pit cafes, meeting rooms and pool tables, these facilities are a great place to host a corporate event or party. The Bondurant School of High Performance Driving offers a

ProKart Grand Prix race program that was specifically designed for corporate entertaining, team building, and group events. The program utilizes our 10hp Briggs and Stratton powered ProKarts, which are capable of over 50 mph and easy to drive fast right from the start. The time length of the ProKart Grand Prix is approximately 2 - 4 hours depending on number of participants.

HIKING & BIKING Active groups should hook up with companies specializing in guided adventure day tours – both hiking and biking are options. AOA has more than 300 road and mountain bikes in their fleet, and can easily handle most group needs.

CLIMBING Recreational rock climbing is becoming more and more popular and there is no place in the world for it like the McDowell, Granite, Cholla and Camelback mountains all in the metro area with beautiful desert scenery.

CANYONEERING Groups can head out to the Roosevelt Lake area to trek through one of geology’s most impressive feats – a canyon. Professional guides show you spectacular chasms and the stunning elements of the high Sonoran Desert – and then send you hiking, wading, swimming, scrambling and rappelling through them.


If nature’s spectacles have worn your group out, Arizona professional sports teams are sure to entertain from the comfort of stadium seats. The Greater Phoenix area is one of only eight metropolitan areas in the U.S. that has at least one team in each of the four major professional sports: baseball, basketball, football and hockey. The University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale is home of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. The 17,000-seat Gila River Arena nearby houses the NHL Coyotes. Chase Field in Downtown Phoenix is home to MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks team and the NBA Phoenix Suns play only a block away at US Airways Center. As if this weren’t enough, other Phoenix-Tucson area professional sporting events include Cactus League Spring Training and a score of professional rodeos and bull riding events. | 13

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