9th Annual Four Peaks, AZ Trail Cleanup – 2018

Come join the KC team as we attend a trail cleanup event located in Arizona just northeast of Phoenix! This event is hosted by Copper State 4 Wheelers and TreadLightly! and we’ll be there giving out some swag, but more importantly helping clean the Four Peaks area to ensure this area retains its natural beauty for generations to come. Every volunteer counts!


The 9th Annual Four Peaks and Sugarloaf Mountain Trail Cleanup is a great opportunity to join friends, meet new people, snag some KC swag, and help preserve the natural beauty of the Four Peaks Wilderness Area. This event has cleaned up over 66 tons of trash from these areas over the last eight years. There will also be free lunch and two big raffles!


Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM MST


Schedule of Events:
7:30am: Volunteer On-Site Registration begins
8:00am-Noon: Cleanup Session #1
Noon-12:30pm: Free Lunch
12:30p: Raffle Drawing #1
1:00pm-4:00pm: Cleanup Session #2
4:15pm: Raffle Drawing #2


Four Peaks Wilderness Area, Tonto National Forest, Staging Area


From Phoenix:
North on highway 87 to the Four Peaks turn off, East of highway 87 between mile markers 203 and 204 on forest service road 143. The cleanup will be staged approx. 1/2 mile from highway 87 in the Four Peaks staging area.

What to Wear and Bring:

– Weather will be about mid-70 to low 80s, so dress accordingly
– Clothes for working outside because you will get dirty
– Water/water bottles (water and lunch will be provided)
– Work gloves, trash picker, and rake IF you have them
– Sunglasses or work glasses
– Sunscreen
– Trash bags and buckets will be provided


Copper State 4 Wheelers and TreadLightly!


Partners other than KC HiLiTES include TRAL (Tonto Recreational Alliance), Republic Services, RideNow Powersports, Desert Rat Off-road and Truck Centers, Barlow Adventures, Bill Burkes 4 wheeling America, Tread Lightly!, Scottsdale Gun Club, just to name a few, as well as some 200 local volunteers from various local groups.

More Information:

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