Flagstaff in December is a time for festivities. Right on the heels of Thanksgiving and with the holidays in full swing, Flagstaff is abuzz with the spirit of winter and the turn of the New Year. While November is a slower, more reflective month, December is a bit more active with a number of annual events and activities around the holidays. Let’s dive right in to a number of the annual events that Flagstaff has

Visiting Flagstaff in November is a time for calm reflection, warm food, good friends, and day trips. By the turn of November, the peak of tourist season has passed and the winter sports season is still on the horizon. The students have all settled in, celebrated homecoming, and begun hunkering down for the rest of the semester. November is a great time to visit Flagstaff for a great number of reasons, of course that’s if

The Gateway to the Grand Canyon For the last few decades, Flagstaff, AZ has been known to travelers as the gateway to the Grand Canyon. Or as the cool little mountain town along Route 66 or Interstate-40 that you remember traveling through as a kid. For many, it has been regarded as a pass-through town for folks on their way to somewhere bigger and better. Let us be among the first to tell you, that

Are you looking for things to do in Flagstaff in October? You’ve come to the right place! There is still plenty of things to do in Flagstaff such as festivals, events, hikes, and enjoying the fall colors. Check out a summary of the best things to do in Flagstaff in October. Visiting Flagstaff In November? Click Here For Our November Article Flagstaff Weather in October Flagstaff temperatures during the fall months can vary dramatically. In

Are you looking for some Flagstaff area attractions to visit? In this article you will discover four Flagstaff area attractions for nearly any season. So let’s get started! In this list we will start closest to town and move outwards just a ways. #1 Picture Canyon Natural and Cultural Preserve Located 15 mins/4 miles from downtown within Flagstaff city limits and it is home to our only waterfall. Picture Canyon was purchased from the state