24 Jan 2020 - 25 Jan 2020
2 adults - 1 room
It is a college town, but offers a wide range of things to do! You can go hiking, visit the Lowell Observatory and Heritage Square. Make sure to eat at The Lumberyard Brewing Company Restaurant! My highlight of Flagstaff was looking for the cat sculptures. These are part of Promoting Assets with Sculptures (PAWS). They represent a list of 40 developmental assets children need to thrive. Each one has a plaque with a question to ponder and discuss. I accidentally found 2 of them, but would love to hunt them all down!
Very convenient place to stay if you're going to the Grand Canyon and haven't made reservations ahead of time for the El Tovar or Bright Angel Lodge. We stayed in the old bit next to Northern Arizona University, and the area is hip, fun and has a zillion Ubers.
This historical Mountain town is central to everything of interest in the area. Will cool summers, and snowy winters, you'll enjoy the 4 seasons here, Fall colors are the best!! There's so much always going on and to do. A great central location.
Cool high elevation small city known for is relaxed vibe and ease of access to the outdoors. Also about an hour from the Grand Canyon. There are bike trails all around the city and a small historic downtown. Surrounding Flag in the mountains you've got numerous hiking, mountain biking, and skiing trails. Climate is dry, hot summers, cold winters.