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7 Fascinating Things to Do in Flagstaff, Arizona

Rasshmie Salunkhay Jun 27, 2019
Fabled as the mountain city of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff is set on an altitude of 7,000 ft and boasts of the world’s largest Ponderosa pine forest.
Adventure sports like skiing, hiking, indulging museums and many other amazing attractions are offered by this celestial city, to exercise your body as well as your mind.

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A Trip to The Grand Canyon

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A day trip to the Grand Canyon would be a mind blowing experience, as there are specially organized tours that take you close to this colossal marvel. You can also opt for a Colorado river rafting trip to gape at this wonder of the world.

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Historic Downtown and Visitors Center

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To dive deep into the history of this quirky city, the Historic Downtown is the perfect place. There are exciting events, like open-air music, art gallery walks, movie shows along with best of eateries and shopping markets.

Walnut Canyon National Monument

This moderately arduous hiking trail has a historic touch to it, as ancient native-American communities dwelled here, leaving behind their traces.

Museum of Northern Arizona

Walk about 3 miles from Flagstaff and the Museum of Northern Arizona awaits you, displaying intricate artworks of the ancient Hopi Tribe, rich geological information about the Colorado plateau and many more contemporary and historical belongings.

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Meteor Crater Natural Landmark

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Get enthralled with the 'World's Best Preserved Meteorite Impact Site', over 550 ft deep, in the middle of the Northern Arizona desert.

Arizona Snowbowl

A popular ski and snowboarding destination in winter, Snowbowl Arizona beautifully transforms into a summer getaway, when the temperatures soar. Feel butterflies in your stomach, while you take that striking skyride in the chairlift at Snowbowl Arizona, a popular 777-acre haven for skiers.

Wupatki National Monument

Enjoy hiking through this vibrant red monument, that may be in ruins yet vividly conveys the stories of the ancient tribes, which once inhabited in Wupatki.