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Flagstaff Sightseeing

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Knowing the top sights before you head to Arizona is an absolute must if you are running short on time. If you are just going to Flagstaff or for a weekend getaway, it can be helpful to prepare ahead of time. Knowing the top sights to see, cultural attractions, historical monuments, coal restaurants, and popular hiking trails is essential to make every minute count during your holiday. Let’s check out the top Flagstaff sightseeing attractions for you to do as a solo traveler, with your kids, or with your partner!

Hiking

Fortunately for outdoor lovers, hiking is extremely popular in Flagstaff! You can check out some of the easier trails, like the Fat Man’s Loop, or you can try the harder peaks in the surrounding area that provide extensive vistas over the nearby mountains and towns down below.

Walnut Canyon National Monument

The next area on our list of things to see in Flagstaff during your holiday is the Walnut Canyon National Monument. You can head here with your kids to show them the interesting ecological formations and historical cliff dwellings that show the history of the area.

Lowell Observatory

If you are lucky enough to get a clear sky at night, head to the Lowell Observatory to take an educational tour and stargaze in the crystal-clear sky to see the sparkling stars above Flagstaff.

Arizona Snowbowl

If you are a snow bunny, this is the place for you! Flagstaff is home to Arizona Snowbowl, which receives thousands of tourists per year. Head here to cruise down the black diamond runs or begin your skiing career on one of the many bunny slopes!

Bearizona Wildlife Park

Get up close and personal with the native wildlife without risking your life! Instead of getting close to bears in the wilderness, you can view these amazing creatures at the Wildlife Park, where they are held, housed, and fed to be kept safe from humans and hunters. Understand more about how these animals live and why they are essential to our ecosystem.

Plan Your Flagstaff Getaway

When you head to Flagstaff, the number of things to do can be overwhelming. After going hiking on one of the many trails to see the surrounding area, check out some of the most popular attractions like the Walnut Canyon National Monument, Sunset Crater, Lowell Observatory, Coconino National Forest, the Museum of Northern Arizona, and much more!

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