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Guidebook for Flagstaff

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Guidebook for Flagstaff

Food Scene
A charming local coffee shop and hangout for college students/instructors. free Wi­Fi, great tea selection, and good breakfast choices. If ordering hot chocolate, be sure to ask for whipped cream.
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Campus Coffee Bean
1800 S Milton Rd
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A charming local coffee shop and hangout for college students/instructors. free Wi­Fi, great tea selection, and good breakfast choices. If ordering hot chocolate, be sure to ask for whipped cream.
Fine restaurant and wine bar. Reservations recommended.
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Brix
413 North San Francisco Street
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Fine restaurant and wine bar. Reservations recommended.
For a good steak and nice atmosphere. Reservations recommended. It is next to Northern AZ University's Drury Inn on the North side of campus.
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1899 Bar and Grill
307 West Dupont Avenue
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For a good steak and nice atmosphere. Reservations recommended. It is next to Northern AZ University's Drury Inn on the North side of campus.
Excellent wood­fired pizza, pasta, and salads.
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Fat Olives
2308 Historic Route 66
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Excellent wood­fired pizza, pasta, and salads.
American-style Bistro. Has outdoor seating during nice weather. Charming. It is best to make a reservation. Limited parking.
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Josephine's Modern American Bistro
503 North Humphreys Street
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American-style Bistro. Has outdoor seating during nice weather. Charming. It is best to make a reservation. Limited parking.
All-­American Burgers/Fries/Shakes/Malts.
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Mama Burger
991 North Fort Valley Road
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All-­American Burgers/Fries/Shakes/Malts.
A nice, vegan restaurant. Please note that San Francisco Street is one-way so no right possible from Milton Rd/E Route 66. Turn right onto Beaver Street instead.
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Morning Glory Cafe
115 S San Francisco St
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A nice, vegan restaurant. Please note that San Francisco Street is one-way so no right possible from Milton Rd/E Route 66. Turn right onto Beaver Street instead.
On the way to Snowbowl, the scenic road to the Grand Canyon, and some hiking spots. Has a nice selection of sandwiches, pastries, and other fresh­made foods to take with you besides coffee/tea.
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Kickstand Kafe
719 North Humphreys Street
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On the way to Snowbowl, the scenic road to the Grand Canyon, and some hiking spots. Has a nice selection of sandwiches, pastries, and other fresh­made foods to take with you besides coffee/tea.
Coffee & sandwich shop with one of the best views in downtown Sedona. Be sure to get an outdoor patio seat. It is on the main street running through downtown Sedona, a few doors away from Pink Jeep Tours. Tip: When selecting a place to eat while visiting Sedona during the daytime, be sure to pick a place with a great view.
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Wildflower Bread Company
101 North State Route 89A
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Coffee & sandwich shop with one of the best views in downtown Sedona. Be sure to get an outdoor patio seat. It is on the main street running through downtown Sedona, a few doors away from Pink Jeep Tours. Tip: When selecting a place to eat while visiting Sedona during the daytime, be sure to pick a place with a great view.
A local hangout for college students ­ good pizza but usually a wait to be seated.
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Oregano's Pizza Bistro
1061 West Riordan Road
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A local hangout for college students ­ good pizza but usually a wait to be seated.
For those who want to order pizza delivery to my home. Tip: It is best to order online after first online searching "Papa John's coupons" for discount codes.
Papa John's Pizza
105 S Milton Rd
For those who want to order pizza delivery to my home. Tip: It is best to order online after first online searching "Papa John's coupons" for discount codes.
If here for Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas, Little America has a fantastic Champagne brunch buffet - all you wish to eat of high-end, quality food. Check out their website to see the menu. For larger groups they take reservations and you may get your own dining room. Otherwise, it is a first-come, first serve so I suggest arriving no later than 10 am to avoid a long wait - though you get free coffee and hot chocolate while you wait. Some local Flagstaff families make this a holiday family tradition. So nice not to have to cook.
Little America Restaurant
2461-2515 E Butler Ave
If here for Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas, Little America has a fantastic Champagne brunch buffet - all you wish to eat of high-end, quality food. Check out their website to see the menu. For larger groups they take reservations and you may get your own dining room. Otherwise, it is a first-come, first serve so I suggest arriving no later than 10 am to avoid a long wait - though you get free coffee and hot chocolate while you wait. Some local Flagstaff families make this a holiday family tradition. So nice not to have to cook.
Family restaurant with excellent whole pies and other baked items. Great for breakfast. Has healthy choices, and huge breakfast servings ­ enough for two with average appetites. Kid friendly.
Coco's Bakery Restaurant
360 W Forest Meadows St
Family restaurant with excellent whole pies and other baked items. Great for breakfast. Has healthy choices, and huge breakfast servings ­ enough for two with average appetites. Kid friendly.
All­ you ­can­ eat salad bar with pasta, tacos, desserts, etc. Chicken, steak, and seafood entrees plus burgers.
Sizzler
2105 S Milton Rd
All­ you ­can­ eat salad bar with pasta, tacos, desserts, etc. Chicken, steak, and seafood entrees plus burgers.
A great stop for food and a local brew. Conveniently located right off of downtown by the train tracks. Note that the trains do go right by. There is ample parking but there may be a wait to be seated (a good sign.)
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Beaver Street Brewery
11 South Beaver Street
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A great stop for food and a local brew. Conveniently located right off of downtown by the train tracks. Note that the trains do go right by. There is ample parking but there may be a wait to be seated (a good sign.)
Rated as one of the best Outback's out there. Great service and food.
Outback Steakhouse
2600 East Lucky Lane
Rated as one of the best Outback's out there. Great service and food.
A wonderful breakfast! One buttermilk oat fruit-filled pancake fills an entire plate & is topped with fresh-made applesauce. Fantastic local-roasted coffee. Lots of other amazing breakfast dishes, plus a small selection of fresh-baked bakery items including huge cookies. The staff is engaging and friendly. Breakfast served 6:30 am until noon.
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Brandy's Restaurant & Bakery
1500 East Cedar Avenue
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A wonderful breakfast! One buttermilk oat fruit-filled pancake fills an entire plate & is topped with fresh-made applesauce. Fantastic local-roasted coffee. Lots of other amazing breakfast dishes, plus a small selection of fresh-baked bakery items including huge cookies. The staff is engaging and friendly. Breakfast served 6:30 am until noon.
Vegan and gluten-free options, plus big breakfast burritos. Wonderful for breakfast and located downtown. Opens at 8 am.
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The Toasted Owl Cafe
12 South Mikes Pike Street
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Vegan and gluten-free options, plus big breakfast burritos. Wonderful for breakfast and located downtown. Opens at 8 am.
Guests have raved about Nimarco's pizza, and they're right! Daily fresh-made dough and sauce, plus 100% mozzarella cheese grated daily. No skimping here - try the Hawaiian BBQ, wow!
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Nimarco's Pizza West
1800 S Milton Rd
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Guests have raved about Nimarco's pizza, and they're right! Daily fresh-made dough and sauce, plus 100% mozzarella cheese grated daily. No skimping here - try the Hawaiian BBQ, wow!
Sure, we're in Arizona but if you're craving Texas-style hand-cut steaks, tender ribs, made-from-scratch side dishes, chili, burgers, chicken, salads, and fresh-baked bread then this is the place. Bring a hearty appetite - plus my refrigerator has room for your leftovers for your lunch/dinner the next day. Don't forget dessert: Apple pie, strawberry cheesecake, or a big chocolate brownie.
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Texas Roadhouse
2201 E Rte 66
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Sure, we're in Arizona but if you're craving Texas-style hand-cut steaks, tender ribs, made-from-scratch side dishes, chili, burgers, chicken, salads, and fresh-baked bread then this is the place. Bring a hearty appetite - plus my refrigerator has room for your leftovers for your lunch/dinner the next day. Don't forget dessert: Apple pie, strawberry cheesecake, or a big chocolate brownie.
Has vegetarian & nonveg meals, a full bakery, great fresh-roasted coffee done on-site, a good variety of breakfast options, and yummy yet healthy lunch options.
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Macy's European Coffeehouse & Bakery
14 South Beaver Street
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Has vegetarian & nonveg meals, a full bakery, great fresh-roasted coffee done on-site, a good variety of breakfast options, and yummy yet healthy lunch options.
For a nice Indian lunch buffet with a fair number of entrees available at a reasonable price. Dinner also served.
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Delhi Palace
2500 South Woodlands Village Boulevard
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For a nice Indian lunch buffet with a fair number of entrees available at a reasonable price. Dinner also served.
Wild West-style space staging musical revues performed by waiters & serving classic steakhouse fare within the Black Bart RV Park. A little pricey, but the food has excellent reviews. A casual atmosphere, the restaurant is mostly a big open room with a stage at one side, though the entertainment spills into the entire room throughout the night. A genuine wood fireplace near the entrance welcomes you in. Don't be put off by it being in an RV park, as the restaurant is separate. Reservations are a good idea as it is popular.
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Black Barts Steakhouse
2760 East Butler Avenue
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Wild West-style space staging musical revues performed by waiters & serving classic steakhouse fare within the Black Bart RV Park. A little pricey, but the food has excellent reviews. A casual atmosphere, the restaurant is mostly a big open room with a stage at one side, though the entertainment spills into the entire room throughout the night. A genuine wood fireplace near the entrance welcomes you in. Don't be put off by it being in an RV park, as the restaurant is separate. Reservations are a good idea as it is popular.
Sightseeing
Spectacular view overlooking Sedona area with trails. A must see.
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Airport Mesa
483 Airport Rd
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Spectacular view overlooking Sedona area with trails. A must see.
79 miles from Flagstaff and a 90-minute drive that is well worth it. Considered one of the Wonders of the World and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the canyon with its exposed layers of colorful rocks dating back to Precambrian times was created by the incision of the Colorado River and its tributaries after the Colorado Plateau uplifted. The driving or shuttle route is split into two segments. The western drive to Hermit's Point is 8 miles (13 km) with several overlooks along the way including Mohave Point, Hopi Point, and the Powell Memorial. The eastern portion to Desert View is 25 miles (40 km.)
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그랜드 캐니언 국립공원
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79 miles from Flagstaff and a 90-minute drive that is well worth it. Considered one of the Wonders of the World and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the canyon with its exposed layers of colorful rocks dating back to Precambrian times was created by the incision of the Colorado River and its tributaries after the Colorado Plateau uplifted. The driving or shuttle route is split into two segments. The western drive to Hermit's Point is 8 miles (13 km) with several overlooks along the way including Mohave Point, Hopi Point, and the Powell Memorial. The eastern portion to Desert View is 25 miles (40 km.)
An amazing natural wonder only 37 miles east of Flagstaff where 50,000 years ago a 160-foot wide iron and nickel meteor made impact leaving a crater almost 3/4 a mile in diameter. At first, it was thought to be volcanic because it is so big. The Meteor Crater Visitor Center on the north rim has interactive exhibits and displays about meteorites and asteroids, space, the solar system, and comets. It features the American Astronaut Wall of Fame and has artifacts on display including an Apollo boilerplate command module (BP-29), a 1,406-pound meteorite found in the area, and meteorite specimens from Meteor Crater that can be touched. This is where the ending of the movie "Starman" was filmed.
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Meteor Crater Natural Landmark
Interstate 40
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An amazing natural wonder only 37 miles east of Flagstaff where 50,000 years ago a 160-foot wide iron and nickel meteor made impact leaving a crater almost 3/4 a mile in diameter. At first, it was thought to be volcanic because it is so big. The Meteor Crater Visitor Center on the north rim has interactive exhibits and displays about meteorites and asteroids, space, the solar system, and comets. It features the American Astronaut Wall of Fame and has artifacts on display including an Apollo boilerplate command module (BP-29), a 1,406-pound meteorite found in the area, and meteorite specimens from Meteor Crater that can be touched. This is where the ending of the movie "Starman" was filmed.
A 230 sq mile natural wonder located one hour and 45 minutes from Flagstaff, it’s known for its fossils, especially beautiful ones of fallen trees that lived in the Late Triassic Period about 225 million years ago. It has 7 maintained hiking trails from less than 0.5 miles to nearly 3 miles. The sediments containing the fossil logs are part of the widespread and colorful Chinle Formation, from which the Painted Desert gets its name. Beginning about 60 million years ago, the Colorado Plateau, of which the park is part, was pushed upward by tectonic forces and exposed to increased erosion. Be sure to visit the large gift shop nearby to take home a piece of polished petrified wood.
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Petrified Forest National Park
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A 230 sq mile natural wonder located one hour and 45 minutes from Flagstaff, it’s known for its fossils, especially beautiful ones of fallen trees that lived in the Late Triassic Period about 225 million years ago. It has 7 maintained hiking trails from less than 0.5 miles to nearly 3 miles. The sediments containing the fossil logs are part of the widespread and colorful Chinle Formation, from which the Painted Desert gets its name. Beginning about 60 million years ago, the Colorado Plateau, of which the park is part, was pushed upward by tectonic forces and exposed to increased erosion. Be sure to visit the large gift shop nearby to take home a piece of polished petrified wood.
Nature/wildlife preserve with five miles of trails, and a  visitor center with exhibits and a theater.
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Red Rock State Park
4050 Red Rock Loop Rd
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Nature/wildlife preserve with five miles of trails, and a  visitor center with exhibits and a theater.
Lowell Observatory is an astronomical observatory established in 1894 placing it among the oldest observatories in the United States. It’s been a national landmark since 1965 and is best known for being the observatory where Pluto was discovered in 1930. Research is still conducted there today. On a clear day you can view the sun through a special telescope, take tours about the observatory and the discovery of Pluto, visit the Putnam Collection with astronomy equipment, maps and historic exhibits, and in the evening there are special programs such as a constellation tour and evening telescope viewing. Located on Mars Hill Road, it’s only a few minutes drive from my home.
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로웰 천문대
1400 West Mars Hill Road
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Lowell Observatory is an astronomical observatory established in 1894 placing it among the oldest observatories in the United States. It’s been a national landmark since 1965 and is best known for being the observatory where Pluto was discovered in 1930. Research is still conducted there today. On a clear day you can view the sun through a special telescope, take tours about the observatory and the discovery of Pluto, visit the Putnam Collection with astronomy equipment, maps and historic exhibits, and in the evening there are special programs such as a constellation tour and evening telescope viewing. Located on Mars Hill Road, it’s only a few minutes drive from my home.
Built in 1904 for two Riordan families, it’s an impressive reminder of gracious living in a small, territorial logging town and has excellent examples of original Stickley furniture from the era. The historic building is an Arizona treasure, an example of Arts and Crafts style architecture featuring a rustic exterior of log-slab siding, volcanic stone arches, and hand-split wooden shingles. The expansive home has forty rooms, over 13,000 square-feet of living area, and servants' quarters. Designed by the creator of Grand Canyon's El Tovar Hotel, Charles Whittlesey, it exhibits not only a history of the Riordan family but of Flagstaff. Tours on the hour.
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Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
409 West Riordan Road
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Built in 1904 for two Riordan families, it’s an impressive reminder of gracious living in a small, territorial logging town and has excellent examples of original Stickley furniture from the era. The historic building is an Arizona treasure, an example of Arts and Crafts style architecture featuring a rustic exterior of log-slab siding, volcanic stone arches, and hand-split wooden shingles. The expansive home has forty rooms, over 13,000 square-feet of living area, and servants' quarters. Designed by the creator of Grand Canyon's El Tovar Hotel, Charles Whittlesey, it exhibits not only a history of the Riordan family but of Flagstaff. Tours on the hour.
Off-road jeep and hiking tours to see the magnificent Red Rocks around Sedona, AZ. Fun! Some tours go to see ancient Native American cliff dwellings and pictographs. Note: If you have back or hip problems the rides are rough at times so maybe pass on the off-roading.
Machine Shop
2090 AZ-89A
Off-road jeep and hiking tours to see the magnificent Red Rocks around Sedona, AZ. Fun! Some tours go to see ancient Native American cliff dwellings and pictographs. Note: If you have back or hip problems the rides are rough at times so maybe pass on the off-roading.
Only a 45-minute drive from here through Oak Creek Canyon. It's a desert town surrounded by red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls, and pine forests with the main attraction being an array of red sandstone formations. They appear to glow brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. Noted for its mild climate and vibrant arts community, Uptown Sedona is dense with New Age shops, spas and art galleries. On the town’s outskirts are numerous trails in Red Rock State Park, which offers bird-watching, hiking, biking, and picnicking spots. Tip: When selecting a place to eat while visiting Sedona during the daytime, be sure to pick a place with a great view.
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Sedona
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Only a 45-minute drive from here through Oak Creek Canyon. It's a desert town surrounded by red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls, and pine forests with the main attraction being an array of red sandstone formations. They appear to glow brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. Noted for its mild climate and vibrant arts community, Uptown Sedona is dense with New Age shops, spas and art galleries. On the town’s outskirts are numerous trails in Red Rock State Park, which offers bird-watching, hiking, biking, and picnicking spots. Tip: When selecting a place to eat while visiting Sedona during the daytime, be sure to pick a place with a great view.
Take a drive along the 34-mile Wupatki-Sunset Crater Scenic Loop Drive from Ponderosa PInes to the red rocks of the youngest volcano in the area. Stop by the visitor center (open until 5 pm) and hike one of the trails including the one mile Lava Flow Trail. From Flagstaff, go north on U.S. Route 89 for 12 miles to the Sunset Crater-Wupatki National Monument turnoff at Forest Road 545. Turn right onto FR 545 and continue 34.5 miles through both monuments. To return, turn left onto U.S. 89 and continue 26.5 miles back to Flagstaff.
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Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
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Take a drive along the 34-mile Wupatki-Sunset Crater Scenic Loop Drive from Ponderosa PInes to the red rocks of the youngest volcano in the area. Stop by the visitor center (open until 5 pm) and hike one of the trails including the one mile Lava Flow Trail. From Flagstaff, go north on U.S. Route 89 for 12 miles to the Sunset Crater-Wupatki National Monument turnoff at Forest Road 545. Turn right onto FR 545 and continue 34.5 miles through both monuments. To return, turn left onto U.S. 89 and continue 26.5 miles back to Flagstaff.
Only 30 minutes from Flagstaff, it’s a window into the Wild West and Historic Route 66. The Historic Downtown District covers 6 sq. blocks boasting Americana-style shops and restaurants dating back to the early 1900s. It’s known for the Grand Canyon Railway which provides a super fun way to visit the Grand Canyon and is on Historic Route 66. It's home to the Route 66 Zipline and Pete's Route 66 Gas Station Museum featuring highway memorabilia - so it’s a must-stop for Route 66 enthusiasts. Last Fourth of July (2017), Williams had its first Independence Day fireworks celebration in 17 years which my then guests from Indiana truly enjoyed, along with the Wild West show, parade, and barbeque.
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Williams
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Only 30 minutes from Flagstaff, it’s a window into the Wild West and Historic Route 66. The Historic Downtown District covers 6 sq. blocks boasting Americana-style shops and restaurants dating back to the early 1900s. It’s known for the Grand Canyon Railway which provides a super fun way to visit the Grand Canyon and is on Historic Route 66. It's home to the Route 66 Zipline and Pete's Route 66 Gas Station Museum featuring highway memorabilia - so it’s a must-stop for Route 66 enthusiasts. Last Fourth of July (2017), Williams had its first Independence Day fireworks celebration in 17 years which my then guests from Indiana truly enjoyed, along with the Wild West show, parade, and barbeque.
Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Drive beginning just outside of Flagstaff on Hwy 89A is a winding, 25 mph stunning drive that passengers love – but the driver may not. The 14-mile journey starts at 7000 ft within Ponderosa Pines and descends into the diverse Oak Creek ecosystem that provides a beautiful fall season show of colors. During mid to late summer monsoon season, waterfalls may be visible along the way. The elevation drops 4000 ft, arriving at the incredible red rock scenery of Sedona. Along the 45-minute drive prior to reaching the town of Sedona, you’ll pass Slide Rock State Park, Midgley Bridge, and many hiking trails. It's a drive well worth making.
Oak Creek Canyon
Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Drive beginning just outside of Flagstaff on Hwy 89A is a winding, 25 mph stunning drive that passengers love – but the driver may not. The 14-mile journey starts at 7000 ft within Ponderosa Pines and descends into the diverse Oak Creek ecosystem that provides a beautiful fall season show of colors. During mid to late summer monsoon season, waterfalls may be visible along the way. The elevation drops 4000 ft, arriving at the incredible red rock scenery of Sedona. Along the 45-minute drive prior to reaching the town of Sedona, you’ll pass Slide Rock State Park, Midgley Bridge, and many hiking trails. It's a drive well worth making.
Our famous haunted hotel & lounge may be worth seeing. There are several ghosts including in room 305 where a woman sits in the rocking chair near the window. The chair moves by itself, and knocking comes from inside the closet. Phantom Bellboy: He knocks a door and says, "Room service" but no one is there. Elevator Attendant: A polite attendant assists with the elevator ride despite it being self-service. He asks, "Which floor may I take you to?" and a phantom hand closes the elevator's gate. The Little Boy: He wanders the halls, sometimes touching a hand. and seems to be talking to his mother. There are more - check out the hotel website.
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Hotel Monte Vista
100 North San Francisco Street
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Our famous haunted hotel & lounge may be worth seeing. There are several ghosts including in room 305 where a woman sits in the rocking chair near the window. The chair moves by itself, and knocking comes from inside the closet. Phantom Bellboy: He knocks a door and says, "Room service" but no one is there. Elevator Attendant: A polite attendant assists with the elevator ride despite it being self-service. He asks, "Which floor may I take you to?" and a phantom hand closes the elevator's gate. The Little Boy: He wanders the halls, sometimes touching a hand. and seems to be talking to his mother. There are more - check out the hotel website.
Entertainment & Activities
Now open! Local winter resort for skiing and snowboarding. During low snow times they manufacture snow. You must park in the lot since there is no parking on N Snow Bowl Road so it is best to get there early. Memorial Day weekend (end of May) through mid-October take a ride on the Scenic Chairlift to the top at 11,500 feet for a beautiful view. Be sure to wear a coat as it is cold up there even in summer.
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Arizona Snowbowl
9300 North Snow Bowl Road
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Now open! Local winter resort for skiing and snowboarding. During low snow times they manufacture snow. You must park in the lot since there is no parking on N Snow Bowl Road so it is best to get there early. Memorial Day weekend (end of May) through mid-October take a ride on the Scenic Chairlift to the top at 11,500 feet for a beautiful view. Be sure to wear a coat as it is cold up there even in summer.
Local theater company presenting live shows.  Box Office and Lobby hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12:00 to 6:00 PM and two hours prior to all performances. Located in The Doris Harper­White Community Playhouse.
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Theatrikos Theatre Company
11 West Cherry Avenue
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Local theater company presenting live shows.  Box Office and Lobby hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12:00 to 6:00 PM and two hours prior to all performances. Located in The Doris Harper­White Community Playhouse.
A nice local loop trail taking about ­1 hour to complete at a moderate pace, 2.4 miles roundtrip. No restroom facilities.
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Fatman's Loop Trail
5098 US-89
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A nice local loop trail taking about ­1 hour to complete at a moderate pace, 2.4 miles roundtrip. No restroom facilities. 
Set way up among the Ponderosa Pines at Fort Tuthill County Park, treetop courses challenge you to move through obstacles suspended from the tall trees. The obstacles include bridges, hanging nets, rope swings, scrambling walls, and much more. There are several large obstacle courses at different skill levels to chose from; some are appropriate for adults and some for children. Safety harnesses are always used and participants are given training sessions that last about 30 minutes before starting with the easiest obstacle course in order to become familiar with the setting. Children are given a similar briefing, and they participate in a course designed exclusively for children.
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Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course
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Set way up among the Ponderosa Pines at Fort Tuthill County Park, treetop courses challenge you to move through obstacles suspended from the tall trees. The obstacles include bridges, hanging nets, rope swings, scrambling walls, and much more. There are several large obstacle courses at different skill levels to chose from; some are appropriate for adults and some for children. Safety harnesses are always used and participants are given training sessions that last about 30 minutes before starting with the easiest obstacle course in order to become familiar with the setting. Children are given a similar briefing, and they participate in a course designed exclusively for children.
Not only for Winter: Enjoy hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing the rest of the year. In Winter if there is enough snow enjoy cross-country skiing, skating, and snowshoeing.
Nordic Village Arizona
16848 US-180
Not only for Winter: Enjoy hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing the rest of the year. In Winter if there is enough snow enjoy cross-country skiing, skating, and snowshoeing. 
Take the train to the Grand Canyon while enjoying the on board entertainment of tales of the old West, and live music while viewing the amazing passing scenery. And in November and December take the Polar Express: A magical 90­ minute round-trip train ride from Williams to Santa's Village at the North Pole.  The "Polar Express" book is read (a Tom Hanks recording) while fresh ­baked chocolate chip cookies and hot chocolate are served. Santa comes aboard at Santa's Village to surprise and greet everyone. Each child receives a keepsake present. Two departure times: 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm.
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Grand Canyon Railway Hotel
235 North Grand Canyon Boulevard
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Take the train to the Grand Canyon while enjoying the on board entertainment of tales of the old West, and live music while viewing the amazing passing scenery. And in November and December take the Polar Express: A magical 90­ minute round-trip train ride from Williams to Santa's Village at the North Pole.  The "Polar Express" book is read (a Tom Hanks recording) while fresh ­baked chocolate chip cookies and hot chocolate are served. Santa comes aboard at Santa's Village to surprise and greet everyone. Each child receives a keepsake present. Two departure times: 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm.
Bicycle rentals available here.
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Absolute Bikes Flagstaff
202 Historic Route 66
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Bicycle rentals available here.
Public swimming pool, water slides, climbing wall, fitness area, and indoor track. Day passes available.
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Flagstaff Aquaplex
1702 North Fourth Street
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Public swimming pool, water slides, climbing wall, fitness area, and indoor track. Day passes available. 
If you need to rent ski or snowboard equipment, it may be best to rent in town the day before. Snowbowl has a rental shop, but they may not have the size or type you need and there may be a wait. Walmart sells camping/fishing equipment.
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Ski Haus Flagstaff
801 North Humphreys Street
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If you need to rent ski or snowboard equipment, it may be best to rent in town the day before. Snowbowl has a rental shop, but they may not have the size or type you need and there may be a wait. Walmart sells camping/fishing equipment.
If you need to rent ski or snowboard equipment, it may be best to rent in town the day before. Snowbowl has a rental shop, but they may not have the size or type you need and there may be a wait. Walmart sells camping/fishing equipment.
Humphrey Summit Ski
505 North Beaver Street
If you need to rent ski or snowboard equipment, it may be best to rent in town the day before. Snowbowl has a rental shop, but they may not have the size or type you need and there may be a wait. Walmart sells camping/fishing equipment.
New large movie theater complex on the east side of town. You can pay and select seats online ahead of time. Tip: The nearby Maverik gas station mart sells candy, etc. at much lower prices than the theater and it is on the way.
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Harkins Theatres Flagstaff 16
4751 E Marketplace Dr
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New large movie theater complex on the east side of town. You can pay and select seats online ahead of time. Tip: The nearby Maverik gas station mart sells candy, etc. at much lower prices than the theater and it is on the way.
Arts & Culture
A 200-acre campus with an exhibit building, research labs, and art collection facilities for more than five million Native American artifacts, natural science specimens, and fine art pieces. It houses an amazing Native American Kachina doll collection: Small carved figures representing a kachina spirit, a deified ancestral spirit in the mythology of Pueblo Indians. Our local San Francisco Peaks are considered to be home to Kachina spirits and is a sacred place. Founded in 1928, it works to protect and foster the cultures, traditions, and beliefs of the Colorado Plateau by encouraging artistic expression and supporting and educating visitors about the region's art and cultures.
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Museum of Northern Arizona
3101 North Fort Valley Road
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A 200-acre campus with an exhibit building, research labs, and art collection facilities for more than five million Native American artifacts, natural science specimens, and fine art pieces. It houses an amazing Native American Kachina doll collection: Small carved figures representing a kachina spirit, a deified ancestral spirit in the mythology of Pueblo Indians. Our local San Francisco Peaks are considered to be home to Kachina spirits and is a sacred place. Founded in 1928, it works to protect and foster the cultures, traditions, and beliefs of the Colorado Plateau by encouraging artistic expression and supporting and educating visitors about the region's art and cultures.
Exhibits about the rich history of Flagstaff and N.AZ - ranching, logging, transportation, the AZ Rough Riders, and pioneer life. Exhibits include Todos Unidos: The Hispanic Experience, how Hispanic residents experienced Flagstaff from the 1880s to 1950s; the Decade Rooms: Beginning in the 1880’s when Flagstaff was founded and ending in the 1960’s when astronauts trained for their trip to the moon in town. In front of the museum is a 1929 Baldwin articulated locomotive used in logging operations, and a Santa Fe Railroad caboose dating from the 1940’s. Visitors can enter the caboose and view an exhibit on how staff lived while working on the train.
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Pioneer Museum--Arizona Historical Society
2340 North Fort Valley Road
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Exhibits about the rich history of Flagstaff and N.AZ - ranching, logging, transportation, the AZ Rough Riders, and pioneer life. Exhibits include Todos Unidos: The Hispanic Experience, how Hispanic residents experienced Flagstaff from the 1880s to 1950s; the Decade Rooms: Beginning in the 1880’s when Flagstaff was founded and ending in the 1960’s when astronauts trained for their trip to the moon in town. In front of the museum is a 1929 Baldwin articulated locomotive used in logging operations, and a Santa Fe Railroad caboose dating from the 1940’s. Visitors can enter the caboose and view an exhibit on how staff lived while working on the train.
Fine art and Craft Cooperative of over 35 local artists in Historic Downtown Flagstaff, with lovely artworks of different kinds and jewelry for sale.
The Artists' Gallery
17 North San Francisco Street
Fine art and Craft Cooperative of over 35 local artists in Historic Downtown Flagstaff, with lovely artworks of different kinds and jewelry for sale.
The landmark on Route 66 for the turn to my home. A bright blue building, Arne Pottery has handmade pottery by a local artist and is a short walk from my home.
Arne Ceramics
1960 Historic Rte 66
The landmark on Route 66 for the turn to my home. A bright blue building, Arne Pottery has handmade pottery by a local artist and is a short walk from my home.
It represents over 150 years of Arizona military history, was constructed in 1929, named after General Alexander M. Tuthill, “the father of the Arizona National Guard”, and is considered one of the finest National Guard training facilities. The Museum Mission is to preserve and present the distinguished history and traditions of the 158th Infantry Regiment, 158th Regimental Combat Team, and current 1st Battalion 158th Infantry Arizona National Guard. Exhibits trace the history of the regiment from its organization in 1865 as the 1st Regiment Arizona Volunteers to 1967 retirement of the Regimental Colors and 2005 organization and Afghanistan deployment of 1st Battalion 158th Infantry.
Fort Tuthill Military History Museum
2446 Fort Tuthill Loop
It represents over 150 years of Arizona military history, was constructed in 1929, named after General Alexander M. Tuthill, “the father of the Arizona National Guard”, and is considered one of the finest National Guard training facilities. The Museum Mission is to preserve and present the distinguished history and traditions of the 158th Infantry Regiment, 158th Regimental Combat Team, and current 1st Battalion 158th Infantry Arizona National Guard. Exhibits trace the history of the regiment from its organization in 1865 as the 1st Regiment Arizona Volunteers to 1967 retirement of the Regimental Colors and 2005 organization and Afghanistan deployment of 1st Battalion 158th Infantry.
Parks & Nature
Lovely vista overlooking Oak Creek canyon with Native American vendors selling genuine Native American jewelry, pottery, and souvenirs.
Oak Creek Vista
Lovely vista overlooking Oak Creek canyon with Native American vendors selling genuine Native American jewelry, pottery, and souvenirs.
30 minutes from Flagstaff & open daily from 9 am to 4 pm, it has a drive-thru where you'll see wolves, bears, bison, mountain goats & more. Included is the Wild Wide Bus Tour with a trained guide who stops to feed treats to specific animals for great photo opportunities. A Birds of Prey show from March through December features raptors such as hawks, falcons, and owls where you’ll hear about history, conservation, interesting facts, and see them flying and up close. There’s a separate walk-through area with winding pathways giving a close-up look of some animals, a Barnyard Petting Zoo, and the Mine Shaft Experience w/nocturnal animals and creepy crawlies.
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Bearizona Wildlife Park
1500 Historic Route 66
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30 minutes from Flagstaff & open daily from 9 am to 4 pm, it has a drive-thru where you'll see wolves, bears, bison, mountain goats & more. Included is the Wild Wide Bus Tour with a trained guide who stops to feed treats to specific animals for great photo opportunities. A Birds of Prey show from March through December features raptors such as hawks, falcons, and owls where you’ll hear about history, conservation, interesting facts, and see them flying and up close. There’s a separate walk-through area with winding pathways giving a close-up look of some animals, a Barnyard Petting Zoo, and the Mine Shaft Experience w/nocturnal animals and creepy crawlies.
A 215-acre park and 2-mile hiking loop trail with various exercise stations along the way including a climbing rope. It has picnic tables, scenic views of the San Francisco Peaks, and often deer can be spotted. It’s open 24 hours a day and has restroom facilities. The 2-mile loop trail connects to many other trails in the Flagstaff Urban Trail System. During Spring and Summer, beautiful wildflowers carpet the wide-open areas of native grassland surrounded by Ponderosa Pines. Prior to becoming a city park, it was a private wildlife park with buffalo – as evidenced by the buffalo statue at the entrance. Many locals come here to walk their leashed dogs, hike, bike, and jog.
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Buffalo Park
2400 North Gemini Road
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A 215-acre park and 2-mile hiking loop trail with various exercise stations along the way including a climbing rope. It has picnic tables, scenic views of the San Francisco Peaks, and often deer can be spotted. It’s open 24 hours a day and has restroom facilities. The 2-mile loop trail connects to many other trails in the Flagstaff Urban Trail System. During Spring and Summer, beautiful wildflowers carpet the wide-open areas of native grassland surrounded by Ponderosa Pines. Prior to becoming a city park, it was a private wildlife park with buffalo – as evidenced by the buffalo statue at the entrance. Many locals come here to walk their leashed dogs, hike, bike, and jog.
Ancient Native American cliff dwellings with pictographs a short walk from the parking lot. Make reservations since the lot is small and often the Jeep Tours use most of the spaces. Note: Not handicapped accessible.
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Palatki Heritage Site
Boynton Pass Road
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Ancient Native American cliff dwellings with pictographs a short walk from the parking lot. Make reservations since the lot is small and often the Jeep Tours use most of the spaces. Note: Not handicapped accessible.
The largest natural lake in Arizona, it's surrounded by Ponderosa Pines. Water level varies depending on annual rainfall and during drought years it can be completely dry. Wet or not, hiking trails lead to panoramic overlooks to view wildlife and birds across the lake's landscape. The name of the lake commemorates Mormon settlers who arrived in 1878 to found a dairy. Mormon Lake Lodge on the lake's western shore has rentals for recreational equipment, a famous cowboy steakhouse, and a fishing pond. Camping is available at nearby Dairy Springs Campground and Double Springs Campground May 1st to Sept. with 43 single units, tables, fire rings, cooking grills, water and vault toilets.
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Mormon Lake
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The largest natural lake in Arizona, it's surrounded by Ponderosa Pines. Water level varies depending on annual rainfall and during drought years it can be completely dry. Wet or not, hiking trails lead to panoramic overlooks to view wildlife and birds across the lake's landscape. The name of the lake commemorates Mormon settlers who arrived in 1878 to found a dairy. Mormon Lake Lodge on the lake's western shore has rentals for recreational equipment, a famous cowboy steakhouse, and a fishing pond. Camping is available at nearby Dairy Springs Campground and Double Springs Campground May 1st to Sept. with 43 single units, tables, fire rings, cooking grills, water and vault toilets.
Bring your swimsuit for family fun. But please be careful not to drink the water - lots of people use this each year. There’s a nice video on YouTube called “A Visit to Slide Rock Park” that shows what it’s like plus there are other videos. Arrive earlier rather than later because the parking lot will fill up - maybe bring along a picnic lunch. The limited parking has a benefit as it also limits the number of people so it can’t get super crowded. Bring shoes to wear while in the water since it’s rocky.
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슬라이드 록 주립공원
6871 Arizona 89A
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Bring your swimsuit for family fun. But please be careful not to drink the water - lots of people use this each year. There’s a nice video on YouTube called “A Visit to Slide Rock Park” that shows what it’s like plus there are other videos. Arrive earlier rather than later because the parking lot will fill up - maybe bring along a picnic lunch. The limited parking has a benefit as it also limits the number of people so it can’t get super crowded. Bring shoes to wear while in the water since it’s rocky.
200-acres home to 750 species of mostly drought-tolerant adapted and native plants representative of the high-desert Colorado Plateau, the Grand Canyon, and Zion National Park with a Butterfly House, pond, and art pieces scattered throughout. Open 9 am to 5 pm from April 15th through October 31st. Daily garden tours, bird walks between May and July, and Wildflower walks in 2018 on June 24th, July 22nd, and August 26th. A Summer Concert Series featuring world-class performers is held on the outdoor stage overlooking the San Francisco Peaks. October 28th is the annual Pumpkin Walk, a celebration of the fall season with a costume contest, hay rides, hot cider, cocoa, apple bobbing, great food.
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The Arboretum At Flagstaff
4001 South Woody Mountain Road
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200-acres home to 750 species of mostly drought-tolerant adapted and native plants representative of the high-desert Colorado Plateau, the Grand Canyon, and Zion National Park with a Butterfly House, pond, and art pieces scattered throughout. Open 9 am to 5 pm from April 15th through October 31st. Daily garden tours, bird walks between May and July, and Wildflower walks in 2018 on June 24th, July 22nd, and August 26th. A Summer Concert Series featuring world-class performers is held on the outdoor stage overlooking the San Francisco Peaks. October 28th is the annual Pumpkin Walk, a celebration of the fall season with a costume contest, hay rides, hot cider, cocoa, apple bobbing, great food.
Only ten miles from Flagstaff. There's a self-guided 0.7 mile Rim Trail along the canyon rim through the ponderosa forest with two canyon overlooks, plus a pithouse and Pueblo. And don't miss the one-mile round-trip Island Trail that leads you back in time and welcomes you into the world of the people archeologists call Sinagua. You'll see 25 cliff dwelling rooms along the trail; more are visible across the canyon with spectacular scenery and plant life. Please note it is strenuous and descends 185 vertical feet. It's open 9 am to 5 pm, and well worth the visit.
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Walnut Canyon National Monument
3 Walnut Canyon Road
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Only ten miles from Flagstaff. There's a self-guided 0.7 mile Rim Trail along the canyon rim through the ponderosa forest with two canyon overlooks, plus a pithouse and Pueblo. And don't miss the one-mile round-trip Island Trail that leads you back in time and welcomes you into the world of the people archeologists call Sinagua. You'll see 25 cliff dwelling rooms along the trail; more are visible across the canyon with spectacular scenery and plant life. Please note it is strenuous and descends 185 vertical feet. It's open 9 am to 5 pm, and well worth the visit.
Wupatki means “tall house” and the park features an awe-inspiring multi-story ancient Native American pueblo ruin consisting of more than 100 rooms. It has other features such as an ancient community room and a ball court. Established in 1924 and added to the list of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1966, it's a great place for a day trip.
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Wupatki National Monument
25137 North Wupatki Loop Road
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Wupatki means “tall house” and the park features an awe-inspiring multi-story ancient Native American pueblo ruin consisting of more than 100 rooms. It has other features such as an ancient community room and a ball court. Established in 1924 and added to the list of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1966, it's a great place for a day trip.
An ancient Sinagua (Sin ah’ wa) village with 60-70 rooms constructed of compacted stones inhabited by 200-300 people from about A.D. 1070 to 1275. The site is unique by making archaeology and the study of ancient peoples accessible to the public as an active archeological site. Since 1978, professional archaeologists have supervised members of the public in excavations, archaeological research techniques, and artifact analysis through a variety of public and school programs. A 250-yard path leads from the parking lot to and around the ruins. It's thought to have been part of a major trading system by discoveries of trade items such as macaw skeletons from Mexico and jewelry from coastal CA.
Elden Pueblo Archaeological Site
An ancient Sinagua (Sin ah’ wa) village with 60-70 rooms constructed of compacted stones inhabited by 200-300 people from about A.D. 1070 to 1275. The site is unique by making archaeology and the study of ancient peoples accessible to the public as an active archeological site. Since 1978, professional archaeologists have supervised members of the public in excavations, archaeological research techniques, and artifact analysis through a variety of public and school programs. A 250-yard path leads from the parking lot to and around the ruins. It's thought to have been part of a major trading system by discoveries of trade items such as macaw skeletons from Mexico and jewelry from coastal CA.
Flat, easy trail to prehistoric well preserved Native American cliff dwellings. Important: Road to Monument closed after 5 pm.
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몬테수마 캐슬 국가기념물
Montezuma Castle Road
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Flat, easy trail to prehistoric well preserved Native American cliff dwellings. Important: Road to Monument closed after 5 pm.
Dramatic limestone sinkhole with prehistoric Native American dwellings. Easy to moderate trail. Important: Road closed after 5 pm daily.
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Montezumas Well
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Dramatic limestone sinkhole with prehistoric Native American dwellings. Easy to moderate trail. Important: Road closed after 5 pm daily. 
It’s one of the most iconic and beautiful places to visit in the Southwest. You must be booked into a tour to enter the canyon on Navajo land and during Summer peak tourist season tours book well in advance. In the Navajo language, Upper Antelope Canyon is called Tsé bighánílíní which means "the place where water moves through rocks." Lower Antelope Canyon is called Hazdistazí, meaning "spiral rock arches", and is a more difficult hike. During monsoon season, thunderstorms pour water through the multiple slot canyons and have transformed the red sandstone into magnificent formations. It attracts photographers and sightseers from around the World.
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앤터로프 캐년
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It’s one of the most iconic and beautiful places to visit in the Southwest. You must be booked into a tour to enter the canyon on Navajo land and during Summer peak tourist season tours book well in advance. In the Navajo language, Upper Antelope Canyon is called Tsé bighánílíní which means "the place where water moves through rocks." Lower Antelope Canyon is called Hazdistazí, meaning "spiral rock arches", and is a more difficult hike. During monsoon season, thunderstorms pour water through the multiple slot canyons and have transformed the red sandstone into magnificent formations. It attracts photographers and sightseers from around the World.
It has swimming access and is open dawn to dusk. There are also hiking trails that cross the river several times.
Beaver Creek Picnic and Day Use Area
It has swimming access and is open dawn to dusk. There are also hiking trails that cross the river several times.
There is a trail down to Oak Creek from here and locals like to take a dip (swim.)
Midgley Bridge Picnic Area
There is a trail down to Oak Creek from here and locals like to take a dip (swim.)
A 128-­acre natural area spring-­fed wetland that attracts a wide variety of wildlife with easy 3/4 mile trail. Only five miles south of Flagstaff, it's a spring-fed wetland, one of the rarest wildlife habitats in Arizona. The Pumphouse Nature Trail is an easy ¾-mile round-trip trail with wildlife viewing blinds, stone benches, and educational displays. The hills and springs that ring Pumphouse County Natural Area were once a camping and hunting area for Apaches coming and going out of the Verde Valley to Dzil Cho (the San Francisco Peaks) and to Hopi to trade. The Apache place name for the area translates as Place of Many Springs.
Pumphouse County Natural Area
3305 Kachina Trail
A 128-­acre natural area spring-­fed wetland that attracts a wide variety of wildlife with easy 3/4 mile trail. Only five miles south of Flagstaff, it's a spring-fed wetland, one of the rarest wildlife habitats in Arizona. The Pumphouse Nature Trail is an easy ¾-mile round-trip trail with wildlife viewing blinds, stone benches, and educational displays. The hills and springs that ring Pumphouse County Natural Area were once a camping and hunting area for Apaches coming and going out of the Verde Valley to Dzil Cho (the San Francisco Peaks) and to Hopi to trade. The Apache place name for the area translates as Place of Many Springs.
Ten miles southwest of Flagstaff on Woody Mountain Road / Forest Road 231, it’s a basin spanning over one mile across in the Upper Verde watershed with two trails providing sweeping panoramic views of the San Francisco Peaks, Woody Mountain, and Woody Ridge. It’s a regionally significant, high-elevation wetland important to numerous wildlife species including elk, black bear, pronghorn, bald eagles, and migrating waterfowl. The area has a rich cultural history, a wide variety of native plant types, prehistoric sites dating back 5,000 years, and old railroad beds and log structures from Flagstaff's sheep herding and logging era. Water may not be present year around.
Rogers Lake County Natural Area
Ten miles southwest of Flagstaff on Woody Mountain Road / Forest Road 231, it’s a basin spanning over one mile across in the Upper Verde watershed with two trails providing sweeping panoramic views of the San Francisco Peaks, Woody Mountain, and Woody Ridge. It’s a regionally significant, high-elevation wetland important to numerous wildlife species including elk, black bear, pronghorn, bald eagles, and migrating waterfowl. The area has a rich cultural history, a wide variety of native plant types, prehistoric sites dating back 5,000 years, and old railroad beds and log structures from Flagstaff's sheep herding and logging era. Water may not be present year around.
Urban Trail runs throughout Flagstaff - okay for biking or walking/running. I have a map on the living room coffee table for guests.
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Flagstaff Urban Trail
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Urban Trail runs throughout Flagstaff - okay for biking or walking/running. I have a map on the living room coffee table for guests.
These popular and beautiful falls are on Havasupai Native American land taking a moderate 10 miles each way (20 miles RT), you must stay overnight, and have permits. Booking a group tour is perhaps the best, safest way to see the falls as all will be taken care of. Bring a camera. The trail is steep for the first 1.5 miles from the trailhead, then mostly level hiking with a slightly downhill slant. It's rocky and sandy, and pack mules going up and down the canyon are important to avoid. There’s no water for the first 6 miles and daytime temperatures from May through Sept. are often above 105 degrees F in the shade. July through Sept. is monsoon season so there is a danger of flash floods.
Havasu Falls Trail
These popular and beautiful falls are on Havasupai Native American land taking a moderate 10 miles each way (20 miles RT), you must stay overnight, and have permits. Booking a group tour is perhaps the best, safest way to see the falls as all will be taken care of. Bring a camera. The trail is steep for the first 1.5 miles from the trailhead, then mostly level hiking with a slightly downhill slant. It's rocky and sandy, and pack mules going up and down the canyon are important to avoid. There’s no water for the first 6 miles and daytime temperatures from May through Sept. are often above 105 degrees F in the shade. July through Sept. is monsoon season so there is a danger of flash floods.
Horseshoe Bend in Glen Canyon - 2 hours from here - has become super popular with visitors from all over the World. The trailhead to this 3/4 mile hike each way is located just outside of Page, AZ and takes about 15 minutes each way for an average walker, & no fee. As the name implies, it's an iconic horseshoe-shaped rock formation surrounded by the Colorado River seen from the overlook above a steep cliff (be careful!) - it's one of the most spectacular views on the Colorado River and is amazing at sunrise or sunset. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and expect to walk over sandy and rocky areas. The parking lot is small so most people park along the highway.
Horseshoe Bend
Horseshoe Bend in Glen Canyon - 2 hours from here - has become super popular with visitors from all over the World. The trailhead to this 3/4 mile hike each way is located just outside of Page, AZ and takes about 15 minutes each way for an average walker, & no fee. As the name implies, it's an iconic horseshoe-shaped rock formation surrounded by the Colorado River seen from the overlook above a steep cliff (be careful!) - it's one of the most spectacular views on the Colorado River and is amazing at sunrise or sunset. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and expect to walk over sandy and rocky areas. The parking lot is small so most people park along the highway.
Popular with power boaters and water skiers due to no motor size limit. Fishing: Northern pike, channel cat, crappie, and some trout. There are two paved boat ramps at the parking area with picnic tables, ramadas, barbeque grills, and toilets - but no drinking water available so bring your own. An accessible boat launch is at Lake Mary Narrows further south-east. May to Oct: $9 per day per vehicle (up to 5 people, $1 per person over 5.) $1 per day for walk-ins, bicycles, and motorcycles. Fall/winter all facilities available for use except for one of the two toilets – FREE/no fees during off-season.
Upper Lake Mary Boat Launch & Picnic Area
Popular with power boaters and water skiers due to no motor size limit. Fishing: Northern pike, channel cat, crappie, and some trout. There are two paved boat ramps at the parking area with picnic tables, ramadas, barbeque grills, and toilets - but no drinking water available so bring your own. An accessible boat launch is at Lake Mary Narrows further south-east. May to Oct: $9 per day per vehicle (up to 5 people, $1 per person over 5.) $1 per day for walk-ins, bicycles, and motorcycles. Fall/winter all facilities available for use except for one of the two toilets – FREE/no fees during off-season.
The highest point in AZ at 12,633 ft and one of the most scenic viewpoints in the San Francisco Peaks, which are considered sacred by local Native Americans. On clear days hikers can see the Grand Canyon from the summit with wildflowers along the way. The 9.2 mile total up and back alpine forest trail is strenuous & rocky with over 3,000 ft elevation gain. Only recommended for experienced hikers – do not hike alone or during winter since it’s easy to lose the trail and get lost. Weather can suddenly become violent with storms that can bring strong winds (50-60 mph), heavy rain, lightning, and snow. Turn around & get to a lower elevation if thunderstorms. Expect the hike to take 8-10 hours.
Humphrey's Peak Trail
The highest point in AZ at 12,633 ft and one of the most scenic viewpoints in the San Francisco Peaks, which are considered sacred by local Native Americans. On clear days hikers can see the Grand Canyon from the summit with wildflowers along the way. The 9.2 mile total up and back alpine forest trail is strenuous & rocky with over 3,000 ft elevation gain. Only recommended for experienced hikers – do not hike alone or during winter since it’s easy to lose the trail and get lost. Weather can suddenly become violent with storms that can bring strong winds (50-60 mph), heavy rain, lightning, and snow. Turn around & get to a lower elevation if thunderstorms. Expect the hike to take 8-10 hours.
0.75 mile-long lava tube cave (one-way) formed 700,000 years ago by molten rock erupting from a volcanic vent in nearby Hart Prairie. It’s the longest known lava cave in AZ. The top, sides, & bottom of the flow cooled & solidified first, then the insides continued to flow emptying out the present cave. The best time to visit is in Summer, though it’s open year-around. In winter the forest roads leading there are closed so visitors need to snowshoe or cross-country ski in. Dress warm & in sturdy shoes. The rocks are sharp and slippery, inside is a cool 42°. Bring 2 or 3 sources of light in case one happens to fail. Camping is allowed but at least one mile from the cave entrance.
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Lava River Cave
171B Forest Road
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0.75 mile-long lava tube cave (one-way) formed 700,000 years ago by molten rock erupting from a volcanic vent in nearby Hart Prairie. It’s the longest known lava cave in AZ. The top, sides, & bottom of the flow cooled & solidified first, then the insides continued to flow emptying out the present cave. The best time to visit is in Summer, though it’s open year-around. In winter the forest roads leading there are closed so visitors need to snowshoe or cross-country ski in. Dress warm & in sturdy shoes. The rocks are sharp and slippery, inside is a cool 42°. Bring 2 or 3 sources of light in case one happens to fail. Camping is allowed but at least one mile from the cave entrance.
30 miles Northeast of Flagstaff, they are also known as the Chocolate Falls due to their often muddy appearance, At 185 feet (56 meters) they are taller than Niagara Falls. The best time to view them is March or April unless it’s been a dry winter in which case it will not be flowing. Known in the Southwest for its many tiers of water, wide stance, and beautiful rainbows created by the impact and spray, the Grand Falls are incredible phenomena. Located on the Navajo Nation in the Painted Desert, it dumps snowmelt or monsoon rain into the Little Colorado River below. A Navajo Nation hiking permit is required to visit and you'll need a four-wheel drive vehicle and Navajo guide.
Grand Falls
30 miles Northeast of Flagstaff, they are also known as the Chocolate Falls due to their often muddy appearance, At 185 feet (56 meters) they are taller than Niagara Falls. The best time to view them is March or April unless it’s been a dry winter in which case it will not be flowing. Known in the Southwest for its many tiers of water, wide stance, and beautiful rainbows created by the impact and spray, the Grand Falls are incredible phenomena. Located on the Navajo Nation in the Painted Desert, it dumps snowmelt or monsoon rain into the Little Colorado River below. A Navajo Nation hiking permit is required to visit and you'll need a four-wheel drive vehicle and Navajo guide.
A 478-acre nature preserve with hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, a waterfall, and ancient Northern Sinagua petroglyphs. It’s free and open year-around. Named for the hundreds of pictographs and other archaeological remains that attest to at least a 1000 years of occupation by the Northern Sinagua Native American tribe prior to European settlement, it's listed on the National Record of Historic Places. Hiking trails: Don Weaver, 0.7 miles providing views of the inner canyon and the Rio de Flag river (no swimming allowed.) Tom Moody Loop, 2.8 miles, flat, going around the preserve. Arizona Trail, 1.5-miles through the canyon.
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Picture Canyon Natural and Cultural Preserve
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A 478-acre nature preserve with hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, a waterfall, and ancient Northern Sinagua petroglyphs. It’s free and open year-around. Named for the hundreds of pictographs and other archaeological remains that attest to at least a 1000 years of occupation by the Northern Sinagua Native American tribe prior to European settlement, it's listed on the National Record of Historic Places. Hiking trails: Don Weaver, 0.7 miles providing views of the inner canyon and the Rio de Flag river (no swimming allowed.) Tom Moody Loop, 2.8 miles, flat, going around the preserve. Arizona Trail, 1.5-miles through the canyon.
Flagstaff got its name when lumberjacks celebrating the 4th of July in 1876 nailed a U.S. flag to the top of a tall Ponderosa Pine and called the unnamed settlement Flagstaff. The forest covers 1.856-million acres in N.AZ and is one of the most diverse National Forests in the country with landscapes ranging from the red rocks of Sedona to Ponderosa pine forests, from southwestern desert to alpine tundra. It’s mostly a pine-covered plateau cut by deep canyons and bordered on the south by the spectacular Mogollon Rim, a 1,000-ft cliff running for miles across central AZ and includes the San Francisco Peaks, with Humphreys Peak the highest mountain in AZ at 12,633 ft.
Coconino National Forest
1824 S Thompson St
Flagstaff got its name when lumberjacks celebrating the 4th of July in 1876 nailed a U.S. flag to the top of a tall Ponderosa Pine and called the unnamed settlement Flagstaff. The forest covers 1.856-million acres in N.AZ and is one of the most diverse National Forests in the country with landscapes ranging from the red rocks of Sedona to Ponderosa pine forests, from southwestern desert to alpine tundra. It’s mostly a pine-covered plateau cut by deep canyons and bordered on the south by the spectacular Mogollon Rim, a 1,000-ft cliff running for miles across central AZ and includes the San Francisco Peaks, with Humphreys Peak the highest mountain in AZ at 12,633 ft.
Offers a scenic view of the San Francisco Peaks and dry camping in the cool aspen trees that surround Lockett Meadow. It’s wonderful for those who cherish a real mountain camping experience and love to hike wilderness trails. You may catch a glimpse of the natural residents such as porcupine or elk and hear the song of a hermit thrush that sings his best here. Black bears have been known to stroll right through groups of picnickers. There are restroom facilities but no water, and camping sites are a first-come, first-served basis with 17 single unit sites, fire rings, and picnic tables.
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Lockett Meadow Campground
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Offers a scenic view of the San Francisco Peaks and dry camping in the cool aspen trees that surround Lockett Meadow. It’s wonderful for those who cherish a real mountain camping experience and love to hike wilderness trails. You may catch a glimpse of the natural residents such as porcupine or elk and hear the song of a hermit thrush that sings his best here. Black bears have been known to stroll right through groups of picnickers. There are restroom facilities but no water, and camping sites are a first-come, first-served basis with 17 single unit sites, fire rings, and picnic tables.
Begins in Lockett Meadow ringed with aspen stands and the majestic San Francisco Peaks. The trail leads into the mountain’s quiet Inner Basin, winding through a shady forest to join the Waterline Trail briefly before following a service road into the mountain's Inner Basin, connecting to the Weatherford Trail on the far side. It’s moderate to strenuous with a steady gain of 600 ft in elevation per mile at high elevation. Spring and summer wildflowers add a sprinkling of blue, red and yellow to the peaceful scene. Fall turns the extensive stands of aspen covering the steep slopes of the caldera to solid gold.
Inner Basin Trail
Begins in Lockett Meadow ringed with aspen stands and the majestic San Francisco Peaks. The trail leads into the mountain’s quiet Inner Basin, winding through a shady forest to join the Waterline Trail briefly before following a service road into the mountain's Inner Basin, connecting to the Weatherford Trail on the far side. It’s moderate to strenuous with a steady gain of 600 ft in elevation per mile at high elevation. Spring and summer wildflowers add a sprinkling of blue, red and yellow to the peaceful scene. Fall turns the extensive stands of aspen covering the steep slopes of the caldera to solid gold.
A moderate to strenuous hike with a steady, gradual climb, it’s the “back way” to Humphrey’s Peak – ending when it intersects with Humphreys Trail which continues up to the top of Mt. Humphrey – the highest mountain in Arizona at 12,643 feet. The winding mountain trail is the remains of an old road that once took Model T Fords to the top of the San Francisco Peaks. Views stretch to Oak Creek Canyon and the Verde Valley over fifty miles away. Trailside vegetation changes as you get higher from ponderosa pine to alpine species such as limber pine, cork bark fir, and bristlecone pine. Caution: Black bear have been sighted here. and Elk gather in the fall during mating season.
Weatherford Trail
A moderate to strenuous hike with a steady, gradual climb, it’s the “back way” to Humphrey’s Peak – ending when it intersects with Humphreys Trail which continues up to the top of Mt. Humphrey – the highest mountain in Arizona at 12,643 feet. The winding mountain trail is the remains of an old road that once took Model T Fords to the top of the San Francisco Peaks. Views stretch to Oak Creek Canyon and the Verde Valley over fifty miles away. Trailside vegetation changes as you get higher from ponderosa pine to alpine species such as limber pine, cork bark fir, and bristlecone pine. Caution: Black bear have been sighted here. and Elk gather in the fall during mating season.
Humphreys Peak B-24 Wreckage: On the west face of Mt Humphreys at 11,300 feet are the remains of a WWII crash site where eight U.S. servicemen tragically lost their lives in the crash of their B-24 bomber during a routine night training mission at 3:30 am on Sept 15, 1944 on a dark, moonless, cloudy night. It can be reached via Humphreys Trail by adventurous hikers yearning to honor these fallen soldiers by finding this unique and hidden memorial to a military tragedy. Broken up during the crash on the heavily volcanic boulder-laden area, still to be found are engine parts, structural debris, and an almost entirely intact wing on which a memorial plaque has been placed.
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Humphrey's Peak Trail
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Humphreys Peak B-24 Wreckage: On the west face of Mt Humphreys at 11,300 feet are the remains of a WWII crash site where eight U.S. servicemen tragically lost their lives in the crash of their B-24 bomber during a routine night training mission at 3:30 am on Sept 15, 1944 on a dark, moonless, cloudy night. It can be reached via Humphreys Trail by adventurous hikers yearning to honor these fallen soldiers by finding this unique and hidden memorial to a military tragedy. Broken up during the crash on the heavily volcanic boulder-laden area, still to be found are engine parts, structural debris, and an almost entirely intact wing on which a memorial plaque has been placed.
Easy 3-mile hike in the Coconino National Forest, 25 miles NW of Flagstaff. The trail is well-marked, and though uphill much of the way there is fine for children. There's a short, sturdy ladder near the end of the trail at the mountain to get up a 6-ft rise. Red Mtn is a volcanic cinder cone rising 1,000 ft formed 740,000 years ago. It has an unusual "U" shape, lacking the symmetrical shape of most cinder cones, and a large natural amphitheater cuts into the cone's NE flank. Situated in a box canyon, erosional pillars called "hoodoos" decorate the amphitheater, and many dark mineral crystals erode out of its walls. Trees in the natural amphitheater provide some shade. Bring water.
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Red Mountain Trail
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Easy 3-mile hike in the Coconino National Forest, 25 miles NW of Flagstaff. The trail is well-marked, and though uphill much of the way there is fine for children. There's a short, sturdy ladder near the end of the trail at the mountain to get up a 6-ft rise. Red Mtn is a volcanic cinder cone rising 1,000 ft formed 740,000 years ago. It has an unusual "U" shape, lacking the symmetrical shape of most cinder cones, and a large natural amphitheater cuts into the cone's NE flank. Situated in a box canyon, erosional pillars called "hoodoos" decorate the amphitheater, and many dark mineral crystals erode out of its walls. Trees in the natural amphitheater provide some shade. Bring water.
When wildflowers are in bloom during the mid to late summer months, Bonito Meadow in Bonito Park is a photographer’s dream. The wide fields are swarming with thousands of yellow wildflowers in front of a backdrop of the San Francisco Peaks, making for a beautiful photo opportunity. No need to don your hiking shoes: The picturesque Bonito Meadow Overlook is nearest to Wupatki on the northern end along the Wupatki-Sunset Crater 34-mile scenic loop drive (78 miles total RT from Flagstaff.)
Bonito Park
When wildflowers are in bloom during the mid to late summer months, Bonito Meadow in Bonito Park is a photographer’s dream. The wide fields are swarming with thousands of yellow wildflowers in front of a backdrop of the San Francisco Peaks, making for a beautiful photo opportunity. No need to don your hiking shoes: The picturesque Bonito Meadow Overlook is nearest to Wupatki on the northern end along the Wupatki-Sunset Crater 34-mile scenic loop drive (78 miles total RT from Flagstaff.)
Our most visible local site is a volcanic mountain range on the north side within the Coconino National Forest. Called simply “The Peaks” by locals, it is the remains of an eroded stratovolcano that 200,000 yrs ago erupted laterally, and along with glacial erosion turned the once 16,000 ft peak into 6 peaks. Humphreys Peak is the highest summit in the range and the highest point in the state at 12,633 ft, and on its western slope is Snowbowl – our local ski resort. The other five are Agassiz Peak, Fremont Peak, Aubineau Peak, Rees Peak, and Doyle Peak. The Peaks have considerable religious significance to thirteen local Native American tribes.
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San Francisco Peaks
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Our most visible local site is a volcanic mountain range on the north side within the Coconino National Forest. Called simply “The Peaks” by locals, it is the remains of an eroded stratovolcano that 200,000 yrs ago erupted laterally, and along with glacial erosion turned the once 16,000 ft peak into 6 peaks. Humphreys Peak is the highest summit in the range and the highest point in the state at 12,633 ft, and on its western slope is Snowbowl – our local ski resort. The other five are Agassiz Peak, Fremont Peak, Aubineau Peak, Rees Peak, and Doyle Peak. The Peaks have considerable religious significance to thirteen local Native American tribes.
This strenuous 4.7-mile hike starts off leading up a staircase of petrified lava along part of Fatman’s Loop trail, ending at Mount Elden’s summit. You’ll enjoy breathtaking views of Flagstaff and the surrounding area, plus close-up views of the mountain's geology. The lower part passes through a mixed pinyon-juniper woodland and ponderosa pine forest changing to mixed conifers higher up. An especially interesting tree is the Alligator Juniper. Near the top is an area devastated by a huge wildfire in 1977 and you’ll see how nature recovers, with aspen trees growing where pines once were. Elden Lookout Trail connects to Oldham Trail at the top making an extended hike possible.
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Mt Elden Lookout Trail
5098 US-89
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This strenuous 4.7-mile hike starts off leading up a staircase of petrified lava along part of Fatman’s Loop trail, ending at Mount Elden’s summit. You’ll enjoy breathtaking views of Flagstaff and the surrounding area, plus close-up views of the mountain's geology. The lower part passes through a mixed pinyon-juniper woodland and ponderosa pine forest changing to mixed conifers higher up. An especially interesting tree is the Alligator Juniper. Near the top is an area devastated by a huge wildfire in 1977 and you’ll see how nature recovers, with aspen trees growing where pines once were. Elden Lookout Trail connects to Oldham Trail at the top making an extended hike possible.
One of the best trails in AZ and among the top 10 in the U.S in Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona where you can enjoy views of the creek, magnificent red rock vistas, keep out of the hot sun due to many shady areas, see fall foliage on maples and oaks, and snow in winter. It’s an easy, 6-mile round-trip day hike with a few areas of short uphill stepping stones, 13 stream crossings on stepping stones and logs, and at the end is a pool of water surrounded by cliffs. It is possible to travel another 11 miles upstream but requires boulder hopping, wading and even some swimming - he extended hike is an overnight adventure so bring camping equipment.
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West Fork Trail
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One of the best trails in AZ and among the top 10 in the U.S in Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona where you can enjoy views of the creek, magnificent red rock vistas, keep out of the hot sun due to many shady areas, see fall foliage on maples and oaks, and snow in winter. It’s an easy, 6-mile round-trip day hike with a few areas of short uphill stepping stones, 13 stream crossings on stepping stones and logs, and at the end is a pool of water surrounded by cliffs. It is possible to travel another 11 miles upstream but requires boulder hopping, wading and even some swimming - he extended hike is an overnight adventure so bring camping equipment.
Drinks & Nightlife
Family­friendly casino with four restaurants, Grand Falls Buffet,  and entertainment.
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Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort
22181 Resort Boulevard
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Family­friendly casino with four restaurants, Grand Falls Buffet,  and entertainment.
For the true beer enthusiast looking for a friendly place to try a delicious small batch brew. The knowledgeable staff happily share their love of beer with you.
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Mother Road Brewing Company
7 South Mikes Pike Street
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For the true beer enthusiast looking for a friendly place to try a delicious small batch brew. The knowledgeable staff happily share their love of beer with you.
In Historic Downtown, this nightspot has American classic-type food at reasonable prices, local brews on tap & cocktails plus Happy Hour in a rustic-chic venue. Enjoy the game room, too.
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The McMillan Bar and Kitchen
2 Historic Route 66
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In Historic Downtown, this nightspot has American classic-type food at reasonable prices, local brews on tap & cocktails plus Happy Hour in a rustic-chic venue. Enjoy the game room, too.
Everything Else
Inside the Amtrak Station, the local Visitor Center has lots of free information brochures for events, tours, and sites for Flagstaff, Sedona, the Grand Canyon, and surrounding areas. Souvenirs are for sale.
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Flagstaff Visitor Center
1 Historic East Route 66
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Inside the Amtrak Station, the local Visitor Center has lots of free information brochures for events, tours, and sites for Flagstaff, Sedona, the Grand Canyon, and surrounding areas. Souvenirs are for sale.
The nearest Massage Envy to my home: Even if not a member you can get a massage here for a reasonable price. A nice, clean, professional place with a variety of massage options from light circulatory to deep tissue. Also has facials available. A nice treat while on vacation especially after hiking or other activities. It is in the same shopping lot as Safeway grocery store.
Massage Envy
1235 S Plaza Way
The nearest Massage Envy to my home: Even if not a member you can get a massage here for a reasonable price. A nice, clean, professional place with a variety of massage options from light circulatory to deep tissue. Also has facials available. A nice treat while on vacation especially after hiking or other activities. It is in the same shopping lot as Safeway grocery store.
For minor illness or injury requiring medical attention, you will get faster service here than at the hospital. They may limit insurance acceptance and want cash, but it will cost much less than a visit to the emergency room. For serious illness or injury, please go to Flagstaff Medical Center or call 9-1-1.
NextCare Urgent Care
1000 North Humphreys Street
For minor illness or injury requiring medical attention, you will get faster service here than at the hospital. They may limit insurance acceptance and want cash, but it will cost much less than a visit to the emergency room. For serious illness or injury, please go to Flagstaff Medical Center or call 9-1-1.
For serious medical emergencies. Call 9-1-1 if need immediate assistance where you are.
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Flagstaff Medical Center
1200 N Beaver St
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For serious medical emergencies. Call 9-1-1 if need immediate assistance where you are.
Nearest gas station and mini mart to my home. You can pick up essentials here you may have forgotten, plus snacks, and get gas. My home is between the Maverik station/shop and the Kit Carson RV Park.
Maverik Adventure's First Stop
1690 Historic U.S. 66
Nearest gas station and mini mart to my home. You can pick up essentials here you may have forgotten, plus snacks, and get gas. My home is between the Maverik station/shop and the Kit Carson RV Park.
Near my home on W Route 66. My home is between the Maverik station and the Kit Carson RV Park.
Kit Carson RV Park
2101 W Rte 66
Near my home on W Route 66. My home is between the Maverik station and the Kit Carson RV Park.
If you need copies, printing, FedEx shipping, or some office supplies this is in the same shopping lot as Safeway grocery store. Recently remodeled with all new, upgraded copiers. Excellent customer service. It also has an auto photo printer if you wish to make some prints of your trip for reasonable prices.
FedEx Office Print & Ship Center
1423 S Plaza Way
If you need copies, printing, FedEx shipping, or some office supplies this is in the same shopping lot as Safeway grocery store. Recently remodeled with all new, upgraded copiers. Excellent customer service. It also has an auto photo printer if you wish to make some prints of your trip for reasonable prices.
Our local University - a beautiful campus with many historic buildings of reddish rock and a large new business college building. I attended here, graduating in 2007 with my nursing degree.
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노던 아리조나 대학
South San Francisco Street
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Our local University - a beautiful campus with many historic buildings of reddish rock and a large new business college building. I attended here, graduating in 2007 with my nursing degree.