Antelope Canyon — a narrow slot canyon carved to stunning perfection throughout the millennia — is a sight to behold. Photo opportunities abound as soft hues illuminate the twisting sandstone cliffs. See this renowned beauty of the American Southwest on a day trip from Flagstaff, with stops at the Cameron Trading Post and Horseshoe Bend. Boxed lunch included.
Explore the streets of downtown Flagstaff—on foot, by bike, or via Segway—during this family-friendly sightseeing excursion, a great choice for first-time visitors. Hear stories of spooky ghost sightings and Wild West history, and learn fun facts about the city. A headset is provided so you don’t miss a word your guide says. Plus, choose from multiple times to easily fit this tour into your schedule.
This Grand Canyon day trip from Flagstaff or Sedona is limited to no more than 14 people, ensuring you enjoy a more personalized Grand Canyon experience. The tour blends ancient ruins, lava fields, majestic volcanoes, and amazing views throughout Grand Canyon National Park and the remarkable Painted Desert. Highlights include a drive along the South Rim and East Rim; visits to Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument; and a Southwestern lunch at a historic Navajo reservation.
Explore Flagstaff’s haunted history on this walking tour. Eccentric guides will show guests a side of this town seldom seen before. Learn about the robberies, murders, and suicides that rocked this town to it’s core.
Flagstaff was once a sleepy railroad settlement at the base of Mount Humphries. How did it survive to become a town with ghosts rather than a ghost town? Colorful characters from the town’s past and the buildings they labored to create are the subject of amusing anecdotes and ghostly tales in historic downtown. The 1926 train depot and Hotel Monte Vista are not only of historic note–both buildings are known as supernatural hotspots. The sad tragic story of Marie Walkup and her murdered children is set in 1930s Flagstaff and is a chilling reminder of life’s uncertainties. Don’t let that overshadow the mischievous and curious spirits whose stories are shared!
On this tour, due to the length of stories and number of stops, we will not be entering any historic haunts.
Who wants a normal night out when you have the option for…paranormal?! This Pub Crawl has the best guides in the Southwest retelling haunted history and mountain town mystery while you sip some suds with your buds or grab a wine and hear about those who ran out of time. Downtown Flagstaff has many spooky experiences to share and we will take you there…if you dare.
Flagstaff, Arizona was once a sleepy little railroad settlement at the base of Mount Humphries. It managed to survive and thrive and today is a town with ghosts, rather than a ghost town. It’s past has been preserved in the city’s historic downtown district, where the colorful characters that once sipped spirits are brought to life by eerie tales and ghostly stories from knowledgeable guides.
Each ticket includes one beer/wine/non-alcoholic beverage at each stop, there are 3 stops. Each ticket holder must be 21 years old to participate in this tour. Bar & Pub locations are subject to change based on availability.
Explore Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend on this guided day trip from Flagstaff. Meet up your Navajo guide and begin to descend into the canyon, the rays of sunlight make for beautiful photos. Later, take a short hike to Horseshoe Bend, where the Colorado River snakes and bends and twists. It's one of the most dramatic spans of the entire river. A picnic lunch at Glen Canyon Dam is included.
Take in the views of Arizona's Verde Valley on horseback during this fun excursion. Join a small group and enjoy a relaxing ride through the mountains on your noble steed. Get a feel for the Old West as you pass by western facades and ranches filled with horses, cows, sheep, and goats. Then, head back to the ranch where you can dismount and feed the horses treats.
Visit the Grand Canyon on a full-day tour from Flagstaff. Stop at viewpoints along the South Rim drive including Grand Canyon Village, Yavapai Point, Lipan Point, and Desert View Watchtower. On the return to Flagstaff, spend time at the Cameron Trading Post, which carries art work and handicrafts made by Native American artists. Includes entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Journey across the Northern Arizona countryside on a full-day journey aboard the Grand Canyon Railway. Hear folklore and stories from the crew and witness authentic characters and musicians who bring the Old West to life on this scenic adventure. Arrive at Grand Canyon Depot and choose from a variety of activities, including a narrated motor coach tour of Grand Canyon National Park. Upgrade to include first class seats and a buffet lunch at the Maswick Lodge at the Grand Canyon.
Flagstaff is best known as the gateway to the San Francisco Peaks mountain range and the Grand Canyon, but it’s worth spending some time exploring the historic town too. On this tour, discover Flagstaff’s small-town charms on a guided tour and choose from a variety of options. Join a walking tour and enjoy extra time to browse the shops and take photos; explore further on a leisurely bike tour; or zip between the sights on a Segway.
Travel from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon on a full-day tour to witness this famously beautiful landscape in Arizona. Your guide takes you on a driving tour along the East and South rims, with plenty of stops for photo ops from the best vantage points. Stop at Grand Canyon Village to purchase lunch, shop for souvenirs, and walk around before heading back to Flagstaff. You also stop at a historic trading post in the Navajo Nation, where you can shop for Native American jewelry and crafts.
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