Phoenix - 2017 ACMG Annual Meeting Destination 

Downtown

This is where you’ll find sports arenas, live music, rooftop lounges, museums, theaters, art galleries and more than 100 restaurants. CityScape, a two-block concentration of restaurants, bars, and fashion retailers, is home to an urban-chic bowling alley, a dance club and arcade, a live-music venue with 60 beers on tap, and a comedy theater and supper club. Roosevelt Row is the place to go for coffee shops, art-house movies and First Friday Art Walks. Rent a Grid bike and pedal off on a two-wheel tour of Central Phoenix's arts and culture scene.

   
       

Outdoor Activities

Three major mountains buttress Phoenix, providing visitors an outlet for every grade of high-desert pursuit. Hikers can traverse 50 miles of trail at South Mountain Park and Preserve, mountain bikers can climb to the top of McDowell Mountain (then hurtle back down again). Climbers can leave their chalky handprints on the granite “hump” of Camelback Mountain. The Sonoran Desert is home to the kind of cactus most people only see in cartoons. The majestic saguaro, found in no other desert in the world, can grow as tall as 50 feet and live as long as 200 years.

   
       

Day trips

Phoenix is a hub for a number of memorable day trips that allow you to explore Arizona for the day and be back in town by night. For example, there are several ways to experience the Grand Canyon, and the South Rim is open year round. The cultural community of Sedona is a mecca for both art lovers and outdoor enthusiasts - it's a two hour drive from Phoenix to see the red-rock buttes. Montezuma Castle National Monument, an ancient Native American dwelling set above Beaver Creek, is more than six centuries old.

   

Registration for ACMG 2017

Registration is open

March 21 - 25, 2017
Phoenix Convention Center
Phoenix, Arizona

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