PHOTOS: Disneyland’s Annual Passholder Churro Challenge Prize and Map Revealed

The map and prize for Disneyland's Annual Passholder Churro Challenge, available during PIXAR Fest
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A week ago, Disneyland’s Annual Passholder Churro Challenge was announced. Until today, there was little information on the reward for completion and no image of the Challenge’s map. Those pieces to the puzzle have now been revealed with this new image tweeted out today by the Disneyland AP’s Twitter account:


Here is a closer look at the image:

The map and prize for Disneyland's Annual Passholder Churro Challenge, available during PIXAR Fest

From May 14 through June 8, Disneyland’s Annual Passholders will be able to pay $5 for a Churro Challenge map, which shows the location of the four specialty churros made for PIXAR Fest. At the four churro stands listed, you will receive a corresponding sticker for your map to go with your sugar-dusted snack. Of course, you will still have pay for each of those churros. Collect all four stickers and return to the AP Corner at Paradise Grill in Disney California Adventure to be rewarded with a button like the one seen in the above photo.

Here are the specialty churros and their corresponding stands:

  • Coco Churro, a spiced cocoa treat – at Frontierland Churro Cart
  • Kevin’s Churro, a fruity lemon delight – at Town Square Churro Cart, Main Street, U.S.A.
  • Presto Rabbit Churro, a carrot cake lover’s dream – at New Orleans Square Churro Cart
  • Ants on a Log Churro, a donut-iced cocoa cereal concoction – at “a bug’s land” Churro Cart

Will you be taking part in the Annual Passholder Churro Challenge?

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Louis S

Wow…what a waste of money. So, basically, they’re charging $5 for a map and a button (identical in quality to the ones you get for free)…assuming you were already going to pay for the 4 overpriced churros. It might be considered “fun” if the map and button were complimentary as something extra for AP holders. Disney sure has a knack for separating fools from thier money.