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No matter the season, this high country city has plenty of outdoor adventure right in its backyard.

Top 9 attractions in Flagstaff

Wupatki National Monument

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Walk in the footsteps of the Native American tribes who built their pueblos in the deserts of the American Southwest at Wupatki National Monument. For thousands of years, tribes like the Anasazi and Sinagua lived in these rugged deserts, and among the myriad pueblos left behind is Wupatki Ruin, one of the largest and most elaborate in the region. It was three stories tall and had almost 100 rooms when the Sinagua people built it about 800 years ago. Along with exploring the ruins of a dozen pueblo villages, visitors can also hike the easy Doney Mountain Trail to the top of a volcanic cinder cone, and the visitor center has exhibits describing the culture and history of the people that lived here.More

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument

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The red rim and colorful slopes of the Sunset Crater set it apart amongst the surrounding pine forests of Northern Arizona. The Sunset Crater erupted less than 1000 years ago, making it the youngest volcano on the Colorado Plateau. You can learn about the eruption’s effects on the landscape and historic populations on a visit to the park.More

Coconino National Forest

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The towns of Flagstaff and Sedona both sit within the Coconino National Forest, a 1.9-million acre area of protected land fringed by four additional national forests. Many of the natural attractions around Flagstaff can be found within Coconino National Forest, such as the San Francisco Peaks—including the 12,600-foot Humphreys Peak—and the Sunset Crater National Monument. Visitors can find ample outdoor adventures within the forest, from fishing and swimming holes along Wet Beaver Creek to hiking and biking on red rock trails like those around Carroll Canyon.More

San Francisco Peaks

A collection of once violent volcanoes dots the rugged high desert north of Flagstaff. Collectively called the San Francisco Peaks, or just ‘The Peaks’ by locals, today they sit dormant, offering a wilderness playground for adventurous visitors keen to hike, climb, bike or ski. The tallest is Humphrey’s Peak towering 12,633 feet, where hearty hikers can tackle a nine-mile, round-trip hike to its top. For wildlife spotting, lower elevation trails like Little Bear Trail wind through ponderosa pine, oak, and aspen forests, and the Lava River Cave offers great views and an exciting walk through a lava tube. The 44-mile Peaks Loop road is perfect for car-based sightseeing, while winter visitors can hit the slopes at Wing Mountain or the Snowbowl Ski Area.More

Bearizona Wildlife Park

Driving through the Bearizona wildlife park offers the thrilling opportunity to spot a stunning number of wild animals. Watch as a black bear lumbers through the forest or a wolf sneaks slowly through the grass, and see Bighorn sheep, bison, and burros graze in the forested setting.More

Museum of Northern Arizona

Filled with American Indian artifacts, fine art, and natural science displays, the Museum of Northern Arizona is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the Colorado Plateau. Visit the 200-acre (80-hectare) campus to explore the vast array of exhibits as well as the museum’s majestic surroundings.More

Mother Road Brewing Company

To sample some of Flagstaff’s best craft beers, head to Mother Road Brewing Company. Named after Historic Route 66, which was nicknamed the Mother Road in its heyday, the brewery sits just a couple blocks from the iconic highway that runs through the center of town. The brewery is located in the Milum Building, a former commercial laundromat that has been repurposed in an ideal spot to grab a pint after a day of adventuring in the surrounding mountains and high desert. Their artfully crafted beers include complex flavors like the mesquite honey and British hops of the English Barleywine-style 4th Anniversary Ale or the coffee and orange notes of the popular chocolate stout Lost Highway.More
Beaver Street Brewery

Beaver Street Brewery

A popular gathering spot for locals and visitors alike, Beaver Street Brewery is an easy-going bar and restaurant like you hope to find in any town that prides itself on the adventurous nature of its surroundings. During the summers, it’s a hub of river guides, mountain bikers, and road trippers cruising Route 66. Under the warm sunshine, crowds gather in the outdoor beer garden to eat and drink against a great view of the San Francisco Peaks. Come winter, the ski crowd piles inside for burgers, pizzas and fondue alongside bold, award-winning beers like Big Rapid Red and Hopshot IPA.More

Historic Route 66

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Spanning eight states and 2,448 miles (3,940 kilometers), Historic Route 66 has become a cultural icon, immortalized in song and on the silver screen. This romanticized road trip from Chicago to Santa Monica offers drivers an inside look at classic America—kitschy roadside attractions, diners, historic motels, and plenty of 1950s nostalgia.More
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Recent reviews from experiences in Flagstaff

Heidi_L, Oct 2022
Downtown Flagstaff Haunted History Tour
Learned some new things about Flagstaff and enjoyed the crisp fall evening air.
Awesome experience! We'll worth it!
leonaholzman, Oct 2022
Small-Group Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend Tour from Flagstaff
I appreciated that she took us to see an additional view of Lake Powell.
Great time!
Nickolas_C, Mar 2022
Fun Flagstaff History Segway Tour
We had a great time and got to see a lot of flagstaff.
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Hannah_L, Nov 2020
Downtown Flagstaff Haunted History Tour
We had so much fun and it was nice to see the sites in downtown flagstaff!
This is the best!!
Richard_M, Aug 2021
Haunted Downtown Flagstaff Segway Tour
When you land in Flagstaff you should take this tour before you do anything else you will have a blast riding around the city Segway you will get to see the whole city find restaurants have a heckuva nice historical tour with the greatest tour guide I’ve been with yes.
12/10 book this tour and ask for Scott!
Steven_G, May 2021
Small-Group Grand Canyon Day Tour from Flagstaff
Finally, because of the route Scott drove us, we avoided lines at the entrance to the canyon and got to see completely different scenery on each leg of the journey, which was almost as great as the canyon itself!
The tour that we booked with Grand...
Dan H, Jun 2017
Small-Group Grand Canyon Day Tour from Flagstaff
Gavin also took the time to make suggestions of other places near to the Flagstaff area to visit while we were in the area.
Loved the fact that this was a small...
Tammy V, Feb 2017
Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip from Flagstaff
The 4 of us choose the helicopter package, which really was amazing to see the Grand Canyon from above.
This is a terrific way to tour the...
Trudy_G, Apr 2017
Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip from Flagstaff
This is a great way to see the south rim of the Grand Canyon.
This was my wife and myself first...
GStephen_B, Jan 2018
Small-Group Grand Canyon Day Tour from Flagstaff
This was well worth the cost and much more informative than trying to visit the Grand Canyon on you own.
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