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The Beautiufl High Country.....We Love Living Here!

What can we say about the town we love, the town that has embraced our family for decades… majestic, alive, interesting, warm hearted, natural, home. Our hope is that you can experience not only the sights and sounds of Flagstaff, but also engage with the people that make this city and Northern Arizona so special!

Flagstaff Arizona nestled at the foot of the 12,633 foot San Francisco Peaks was christened on 4th of July 1876 when lumberjacks nailed a United States Flag to the top of a Ponderosa Pine and called the unnamed settlement Flagstaff. Founded in 1881, and insuring Flagstaff’s growth, the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad arrived in 1882. Ironically, the historic Tutor revival-style Santa Fe Station now houses the Flagstaff Visitors Center where visitors can stop by for maps and walking tours of the city.

Sightseeing

Historic Downtown at the heart of Flagstaff is where you will find the most unique in clothing, jewelry, outdoor, art galleries, restaurants and pubs. A must is First Fridays Art Walk from 6p-9p boasting art exhibits, performances, live music, treats, and much more! Celebrations go on at many of the hot spots after 9pm.

Lowell Observatory with its scenic setting and famous structure welcomes visitors with historic displays and hands-on exhibits. You can marvel at the night sky viewings much of the year.

Riordan Mansion State Historic Park opens to a 1904 American Arts and Crafts 13,000 sq.ft. Duplex style mansion with 40 rooms filled with the Riordan family’s precious mementos, handcrafted furniture, and original artifacts.

The Arboretum at Flagstaff displays beautiful varieties of native plant life growing in a botanical garden at the highest elevation in the nation.

National Monuments abound starting with Walnut Canyon National Monument’s pristine walking trails through cliff dwellings where the Sinagua people lived nearly a thousand years ago. Wupatki National Monument, Hopi for “big house” provides us a glimpse of the past with pueblos of the Anasazi and Sinagua tribes. Meteor Crater, a sight to behold, is 550 feet deep and 24 miles in circumference burst into existence some 50,000 years ago when an enormous meteorite falling 30,000-40,000 miles per hour hit this Arizona plain.

The Grand Canyon with its unparalleled nature is about 80 miles from Flagstaff, or you can travel in style via The Grand Canyon Railway’s vintage train from Williams. Wonders abound everywhere at the Canyon…including the dining at the El Tovar!

The Arts

Museum of Northern Arizona presents in the richest fashion the native people and grandeur of the Colorado Plateau. MNA enchants and informs visitors from all over the world with the summer Zuni, Hopi, and Navajo Shows. Expansive galleries display Native American works of fine art, anthropology, and geology. A must see is the stunning array of Native American jewelry and artifacts in the Museum Gift Shop.

The Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra proudly celebrating 65 years of awe inspiring concerts. The FSO season is September-April in the intimate 1500 seat Ardery Auditorium on the NAU Campus.

Coconino Center for the Arts entertains from the 200 seat half round theatre while displaying contemporary and fine art in the galleries.

Events and Festivals

Winterfest embraces winter with over 100 events featuring concerts, cultural events, sled dog races, skiing competitions, sleigh rides, walking tours and the list goes on!

Dew Downtown kicks winter up a notch with a 2 day urban ski/snowboard event and competition taking over the streets of downtown Flagstaff. This is just a big, fun, party!

Pine Country Pro Rodeo at the Coconino County Fair Grounds springs to action the third weekend in June and is one of Flagstaff’s most popular events drawing visitors from around the region.

Arizona Highland Celtic Festival delights with Irish music, dancing, and whiskey tastings.

Coconino County Fair graces Labor Day Weekend at Fort Tuthill Park. Highlights include exhibits, livestock, carnival, and great entertainment.

Participant Sports

Coconino National Forest, the crown jewel of Northern Arizona, contains more than 320 miles of hiking trails. Many of the trails invite mountain bikers and horseback riders alike.

Arizona Snowbowl in the crest of the San Francisco Peaks with its base elevation of 9,000 feet offers skiers a vertical drop of 2,300 amazing feet. In the summer the chair lift glides tourists on a 6,450 foot long “Scenic Skyride.”

Flagstaff Nordic Center just past the Snowbowl is a cross country enthusiast’s dream, and in the summer months is open for mountain biking and hiking. Beautiful site for weddings too!

Spectator Sports

Northern Arizona University, with the largest wood domed structure in the world, hosts NCAA sanctioned events including football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, swimming, and track.

Dining and Shopping

Flagstaff has become the hub for shopping and dining in Northern Arizona spawning more than 200 diversified restaurants serving taste tempting Ethnic cuisine from Italian, Mexican, Asian, Middle Eastern, and American Bistros. It’s always fun to explore local malls when touring an area, and the Flagstaff Mall and Marketplace will not disappoint with great shopping experiences both inside and out.

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