You’ll find an abundance of lonesome highways, dirt roads, ghost towns, and wide open vistas as you travel through northern Nevada’s Cowboy Country. Leave your expectations at home, pack plenty of water and snacks, then hit the road.
Whether you choose a strenuous adventure to the top of Arizona or a relaxing stroll through a dense forest, Flagstaff has you covered.
Make a morning stop at the Farm-to-Fantastic Farmer’s Market, which takes place every Saturday morning throughout the year. Stock up on farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, locally-sourced foods, and delicious baked goods before heading into the desert.
Leave the city behind and explore nature and an up-and-coming art scene in this historic mining town.
You can take a leisurely, shady walk along the Verde River after grabbing a meal in town, or make it an all-day outing.
Explore lush riparian forests, New Deal-era architecture, and Native American history in the heart of Arizona’s Verde Valley.
Flagstaff, Arizona is where scenic views, live music, and outdoor entertainment go to meet. Here are a few annual and ongoing events to add to your northern Arizona itinerary.
Spend 3 days hiking in the San Francisco Peaks and sampling some of Flagstaff’s best restaurants and watering holes. Whether you’re looking to summit Arizona’s tallest peak or an easier hike among aspens and wildflowers, this itinerary has you covered.
From ancient pueblos to astronomy, Flagstaff has a long and rich history. But this is no ordinary history lesson–you’ll get to experience it all firsthand, from exploring ancient pueblos to peering through the telescope used to discover Pluto.
From the Grand Canyon to the Painted Desert of the Navajo Nation, this corner of the Colorado Plateau is chock-full of Native American history and culture. You could spend a lifetime exploring and learning about the region, and Flagstaff is the perfect place to start.