The Fairfield Inn Flagstaff offers you benefits and services that are sure to make your stay hassle-free. We’re located right off the I-17 on Milton Road, just minutes away from a variety of downtown Flagstaff hotspots and other area attractions, including the Grand Canyon, Lowell Observatory, and The Arboretum at Flagstaff.
Nestled in the cool pines of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff features spectacular mountain views, a dynamic and historic downtown area, breathtaking national monuments and so much more. Explore our many museums, art centers and native ruins, go for a hike on one of our many mountain trails, visit a meteor crater or get lost in the stars at our world-famous Lowell Observatory. Whatever it is you love to do, Flagstaff delivers.
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As one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon shows impressive displays of erosion and mother earth's natural beauty. Enjoy the breathtaking collection of colorful rock layers, hike a trail, observe the wildlife, watch a sunrise or sunset, or simply immerse yourself in the wonder that is Grand Canyon National Park. Call 928-638-7888 or visit http://www.nps.gov/grcaMore Details >>
Arizona Snowbowl is located just 14 miles from Flagstaff on the western flanks of the San Francisco Peaks. They offer 777 acres of skiing and snowboarding with 40 trails and 6 lifts and average 260” of snow. New this year, they have the ability to make snow on 60% of trails. In the summer, enjoy the relaxing Scenic Skyride as you travel to the top of Arizona for incredible views. Call 928-779-4577 or visit http://www.arizonasnowbowl.comMore Details >>
Prominent mathematician Percival Lowell founded this observatory in 1894. The Lowell Observatory is active in astronomical research and welcomes visitors year-round for tours and telescope viewing. Call 928-233-3211 or visit http://www.lowell.edu/
The Pioneer Museum features artifacts and implements from the early part of Flagstaff and northern Arizona history including ranching, logging, and transportation. Visitors can see a barn, cabin, root cellar, fire truck, steam locomotive, and wagon from Flagstaff's early days. Call 928-774-6272 or visit http://www.arizonahistoricalsociety.orgMore Details >>
Located in Arizona's high desert under the towering southwestern rim of the vast Colorado Plateau, the city of Sedona is blessed with four mild seasons marked by abundant sunshine and clean air. Ideally, the annual average high and low temperatures are 74.7 and 45.7 degrees, respectively.More Details >>
This crater was formed 50,000 years ago when a gigantic meteorite hurtled through space at 40,000 miles per hour and struck the rocky plains of Northern Arizona. It hit with such explosive force it caused a crater 550 feet deep and a mile wide. Call 800-289-5898 or visit http://www.meteorcrater.comMore Details >>
Learn about Southwestern Indian history at this 83,000-acre national monument that still sustains a living community of Navajo people. Visit the ruins of Indian villages built between 350 and 1300 AD at the base of sheer red cliffs and in canyon wall caves. Call 928-674-5500 or visit http://www.nps.gov/cach/index.htmMore Details >>
This 54-square-mile monument was once home to prehistoric Anasazi and Sinagua farmers and preserves many freestanding masonry pueblos, field houses, rock art, pottery, baskets and tools - extraordinary evidence of a varied and complex lifestyle. Learn how they survived by farming, hunting, gathering and trading. Call 928-679-2365 or visit http://www.nps.gov/wupaMore Details >>
Silhouetted against Flagstaff's San Francisco Peaks, Northern Arizona University's (NAU) sprawling campus offers a variety of athletic events, performing arts, fine art displays, the NAU Atmospheric Research Observatory and performances throughout the year. Founded in 1899, NAU lays the groundwork for liberal arts education with opportunities to prepare for a number of specialized professions. Today, nearly 20,000 students embrace the future with their choice of 100 baccalaureate, 40 masters' and eight doctoral degrees. Call 928-523-5661 or visit http://www.nau.eduMore Details >>
900 years old and the youngest volcano on the Colorado plateau; Sunset Crater features a cinder cone rising 1,000 feet above the surrounding landscape. Learn about the powerful geologic forces and their aftermath and check out the mile-long, self-guided Lava Flow Trail. Call 928-526-0502 or visit http://www.nps.gov/sucrMore Details >>
A pedestrian-friendly collection of independent art galleries, shops, restaurants, and a year-round calendar of exciting events such as the Fourth of July and Holiday Lights parades, Flagstaff Route 66 Days, Flagstaff Farmer's market and First Friday ArtWalk. Call 800-842-7293 or visit http://www.flagstaffarizona.org
This 700 acre park reserve features Snowbowl ski area with extensive winter recreational activities including Snowbowl skiing, lighted cross-country skitrails, snowshoe trails, snow boarding, skijoring, biking & trail hiking. Snowbowl Skiing Flagstaff area offers classic ski experience for skiers & riders seeking a change of pace with a variety of terrain. Tree skiing is great when the snow is plentiful. Snowbowl's terrain park is designed for intermediate and expert boarders. The terrain park features obstacles such as half pipes, kickers, spines and rail slides. Average season starts from Mid-December through Mid-April until the snow permits.
If you are skiing or snowboarding for the first time, or re-entering your favorite snow sport after an absence, Arizona Snowbowl's ski and Snowboard school is ready to help you with their qualified staff members. In Arizona Snowbowl ski area extensive lesson programs for all ages and abilities are taught by some of the southwest's finest ski and snowboard instructors.
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