Situated at the base of the majestic San Francisco Peaks , Flagstaff is an eclectic mix of big city excitement, historic small-town charm and the simplicity of the great outdoors. Visitors enjoy the delightful downtown atmosphere and value the city's natural surroundings and rich cultural heritage.   Experience the clean mountain air while taking in one of the many attractions, concerts or festivals. Just a short drive to Grand Canyon National Park , Monument Valley and Sedona, Flagstaff is a destination for all seasons.   Some of the Southwest's most beautiful country surrounds Flagstaff , from the alpine forests of the San Francisco Peaks to the rugged deserts of neighboring Native American Nations. Walnut Canyon , Sunset Crater and Meteor Crater are all within easy driving distance.

Flagstaff is a prime destination for anyone seeking the freedom, beauty and adventure of the American West.   Flagstaff offers a multitude of hotel/motel and Bed & Breakfast accommodations, more than 200 restaurants, several night spots and a variety of natural, cultural, historical and scientific attractions.  

The picturesque mountain-community of Flagstaff is located in northern Arizona at the junction of Interstates 17 and 40, just a two hour drive from Phoenix . The area is also accessible by rail, with Amtrak passenger trains arriving twice daily and a regional airport offering flights to and from Phoenix and Los Angeles .  

The Flagstaff Visitor Center at One East Route 66 offers directions, travel tips, details about attractions, dining suggestions, or simply some local flavor and history.  

Visit www.flagstaffarizona.org  for all of your Northern Arizona travel planning needs!