Things to do


General Information: The Visitor Center offers information for exploring, playing, dining, shopping, discovering, and other services available in Flagstaff at the following site.

The USDA Forest Service, Coconino National Forest website,,  gives detailed information about the activities available to visitors to the area.

Cycling:   Mountain and Road Biking routes can be found at the following website.

Geocaching: Looking to add a little adventure to your next Route 66 road trip?  Check out the Historic AZ 66 Geocaching Project, a high-tech treasure hunt that puts your GPS or smartphone in touch with boxes stashed along the historic drive.  There are 50 caches on the route, including stops near the Petrified Forest and at Winslow’s La Posada hotel, downtown Flagstaff, and Kingman’s El Trovatore Motel, which just lit its neon sign for the first time in 50 years, inside each cache box are historic images, trivia, and logbooks to sign. ; for Route 66,

Hiking:  The Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS) offers 33 miles of well-maintained trails that offers hiking for all levels of fitness.   The Coconino National Forest hiking trail map can be accessed at the following website:

Hiking at the Grand Canyon can be as challenging or casual, depending on your fitness level.  The beauty and adventure is beyond description.

Fishing:  Coconino County has many lakes and streams where you can enjoy fishing.

Skiing/snowboarding/winter sports:  The turn off to Arizona Snowbowl,  is 7 miles north on Fort Valley/Hwy 180.  Other locations for winter sports are available at the following website,

Yoga:  The Yoga Experience is in the heart of downtown Flagstaff where you can participae in classes of all levels,

Farmers markets:  The Flagstaff Community Market offers regionally grown produce from June thru October.   Read more information at

The Flagstaff Farmers Market located at 1901 N 4th Street is open year round.

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