The destination for all seasons, Flagstaff is alive with cultural diversity, beauty, history and recreational and scientific opportunities. At a cool 7,000-foot elevation, located in the world’s largest ponderosa pine forest, Flagstaff is near seven national parks and monuments and 80 miles from the Grand Canyon. Northern Arizona is also rich in Native American history and culture with nearby Navajo and Hopi reservations.
With a variety of dining, nightlife, outdoor recreation, and lodging options, Flagstaff is the hub for experiencing the wonders of the Southwest. Today, modern explorers, outdoor adventurers and cultural enthusiasts make their way to Flagstaff seeking the charm and freedom the region provides. At the junction of two major U.S. interstates, served by a regional airport with direct flights to Phoenix and Los Angeles as well as a busy train depot, Flagstaff is a key destination for people seeking the adventure and natural beauty of the American West.