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GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK

Often described as Earth’s greatest geological showcase, the breathtaking ensemble of colorful rock layers, impressive buttes and shadowed side canyons sets Grand Canyon apart. Enjoy the views, hike a trail, observe the wildlife, watch a sunrise or sunset, or immerse yourself in almost two billion years of geology.


81 MILES NORTH OF FLAGSTAFF, via HWY 180 & 64

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THE ARBORETUM AT FLAGSTAFF

The Arboretum is home to 750 species of plants in greenhouses, gardens and natural habitats—located on 200 acres deep within the Coconino National Forest. Fondly known as "The Arb", it hosts numerous concerts, festivals, plant sales, fundraisers, workshops and children's programs throughout their open season of May through October.


4001 S WOODY MOUNTAIN RD

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FLAGSTAFF DISC GOLF

These popular 18-hole disc golf courses offer exciting challenges as they wind through the Ponderosa pines with incredible views.

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FLAGSTAFF URBAN TRAIL SYSTEM

The Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS) is a citywide network of more than 55 miles of non-motorized pathways that are used year-round for bicycling, walking, jogging, cross-country skiing, and nature watching. FUTS trails offer an incredibly diverse range of experiences.

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RED ROCK STATE PARK

Red Rock State Park is a nature/wildlife preserve located five miles west of Sedona off U.S. Highway 89A with opportunities for hiking, picnics and guided tours. The visitor center features exhibits and a theater. The park offers guided walks, five miles of nature trails, first-Sunday programs, moonlight hikes and astronomy star parties.


5 MILES WEST OF SEDONA, via HWY 89A

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SUNSET CRATER VOLCANO NATIONAL MONUMENT

Born in a dramatic series of eruptions 900 years ago, Sunset Crater is still the youngest volcano on the Colorado Plateau. Visitor Center exhibits explain the powerful geologic forces and their aftermath. See for yourself on the one-mile, self-guided Lava Flow Trail. Open daily.


12 MILES NORTH OF FLAGSTAFF

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LOWELL OBSERVATORY

Peer through telescopes at night and even during the day with a solar telescope, or visit the instrument that helped Clyde Tombaugh discover Pluto. Tour the facility with friendly, knowledgeable guides. Experience the Universe through widescreen multimedia shows, exhibits, live presentations and SlipherVision, the immersive space theater.


1400 W MARS HILL RD

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OAK CREEK CANYON

Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Drive is about a 14 mile drive along Route 89A between Sedona and Flagstaff, Arizona. It has been recognized as one of the Top 5 Most Scenic Drives in America by Rand McNally. Oak Creek Canyon is a breathtaking stretch of beauty on a winding road that climbs 4,500 feet from Sedona to the top of the Mogollon Rim.


14 MILES SOUTH OF FLAGSTAFF, via HWY 89A

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