Flagstaff is a historical city in Arizona that is incredibly popular among tourists because of its unique location. It is surrounded by the Grand Canyon, San Francisco Peaks, Route 66, and a meteor crater. So many visitors choose to spend their holiday in Flagstaff so that they can see these historical and natural wonders while staying in the city.
There are so much to see and so many things to do in Flagstaff and its surroundings so make sure to make the most of your visit to this exciting city.
You can also venture to the Grand Canyon and see one of the most well-known locations in the U.S. The Grand Canyon has picturesque views and a larger-than-life sensation that you won’t want to miss.
You must also visit the nearby San Fransisco Peaks, a towering mountain range where you can go skiing in the winter. You can also ski right at the Snowbowl which is one of Arizona’s three ski resorts.
For a night of star watching, visit the Lowell Observatory where the dwarf planet Pluto was discovered. In this observatory, you can learn more about the wonders of the sky.
Travel over to Las Vegas for a night of adventure and bright lights. This is incredibly easy and especially popular. After a few days of sightseeing and outdoor treks, you may want to spend the evening socializing in a bar or casino in Vegas.
Flagstaff has a desert climate characterized by hot summers. But with its unique location, you can enjoy any kind of weather, either in the snowy mountains nearby or the dry Grand Canyon.
Because of the warm weather, you can go camping year round and there are several beautiful spots to spend a night away from the city. Simply pack the right gear, and you’ll never want to leave Flagstaff.
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