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12 Restaurants to Check Out in Flagstaff, Arizona

For anyone planning a vacation to the Grand Canyon, you will probably end up spending the night (or several) in Flagstaff if the park hotels are all booked out. Flagstaff is a popular lodging area due to several attractive features including close proximity to the canyon (a little under 1.5 hours), an abundance of dining options, […]

5 Places to Get Breakfast in Flagstaff

Filling up on a hearty breakfast in Flagstaff is a must before engaging in any intense calorie burning high altitude activity. It’s also a great idea before making the hour and a half drive to the Grand Canyon or any other national attraction, as these areas are limited in terms of available dining options. In […]

9 Things to do this Winter in Flagstaff, Arizona

Arizona locals (and those tourists who have visited the Northern Arizona region during the winter season) are probably well aware of Northern Arizona’s reputation as one of the Southwest’s most spectacular winter destinations. To those not familiar with the diverse terrain that make up Arizona, thoughts of cacti, palm trees, and endless strip malls may […]

51 Fun & Free (or Cheap) Things to do in Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona is many things including gateway to the Grand Canyon, Arizona’s premier 4 season destination, as well as a popular starting point for exploring natural attractions throughout the Southwest. Located 7000 feet above sea level, the city is the 2nd highest in the US (counting only cities with a population above 25,000). This means […]

Flagstaff Arizona’s Restaurant Scene: The Most Overrated & Underrated Choices

Flagstaff, Arizona is a very popular road trip stop due to its’ close proximity to numerous national parks such as The Grand Canyon, The Petrified National Forest, and Zion National Park just to name a few. Because of its’ many hotels, restaurants, and attractions, it’s also a convenient stopping point for travelers and truckers driving I-40 […]

14 Fun Things to do this Holiday Season in Northern Arizona

Northern Arizona enjoys a climate and atmosphere drastically different from Southern Arizona, the major distinguishing factors being a 4 season climate (including plenty snow in the winter – the city averages over 100 inches per year!) skiing and any other winter recreational activity you can think of, and diverse high desert scenery. Even if you […]