The textbook says that To success is an adjective phrase but it seems like an infinitive to me.

I'm confused whether it is a noun or an infinitive?

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There is no verb "success". The verb is "succeed".

Success is a noun. So "to success" is a prepositional phrase. And prepositional phrases can be used to modify nouns, as in the metaphorical idiom "the road to success"

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