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The Mountain Bikers' Adventure

The Mountain Bikers' Adventure
Destination(s): Flagstaff

Spend five days exploring mountain biking trails in Flagstaff. The National Forest is known for a maze of single-tracks and the suggestions on this guide may well be switched out for the trails you discover during your visit. The trails in this trip are chosen for their varieties of terrain and all but one are located just north of town, except for the Sycamore Rim trail. The Sycamore Rim is almost 30 miles west of Flagstaff just by the charming old town Williams, so you may opt to stay there for a night. All-in-all, this itinerary is just a start to the mountain bike options in Flag. Stop by the Pay-and-take, a bar downtown (on Aspen, across from the Orpheum theater), to find the biking crowd and ask for more suggestions. read more about The Mountain Bikers' Adventure... Read More

Best Free Things to Do in Phoenix

Best Free Things to Do in Phoenix
Destination(s): Phoenix

Guests on a budget enjoy hiking and biking on the numerous free trails in the area. Seven lakes within a easy drive provide inexpensive recreation. read more about Best Free Things to Do in Phoenix... Read More

Phunky in Phoenix

Phunky in Phoenix
Destination(s): Phoenix

Phoenix is a booming city, as well as one that is bursting with life and the arts. This city in the desert attracts many artists of all disciplines and gives anyone who wishes to enter its galleries all they could want. Along with these passionate galleries are chefs who care just as much, with names like Razz's Restaurant and Bar, you should be able to tell what you are in for... a great time in Phoenix. read more about Phunky in Phoenix... Read More

7-Day Southern Arizona Tour

7-Day Southern Arizona Tour
Destination(s): Tucson

Tucson has a lot going for to be sure, but so does southeast Arizona. There's a mix of Old West, historic mining towns, some of the best birding in the country, excellent golf, Spanish Colonial history, and of course, there is always the beautiful scenery. While Tucson itself sits smack in the Sonoran Desert, much of southeast Arizona is covered in rolling savanna grasslands. This trip is a 7-day jaunt around this beautiful region. read more about 7-Day Southern Arizona Tour... Read More

Great Architecture of the Southwest

Great Architecture of the Southwest
Destination(s): Flagstaff

The Southwest is known for its endless vista* and frugal landscape. What is less known is that this landscape ha* inspired architects since Ancient times. Beginning with the Sinagua and Ana*azi around 1000 A.D., people have been building enormous structures into the gaping domes, onto the flat desert and over the red rock mesa* of the Southwest. Not only ancient inhabitants, but modern architects, most namely Frank Lloyd Wright, have found this landscape alluring and welcoming to human structure. Visit area* from Central to Northern Arizona where some of the most dazzling structures stand. From the Sinagua Indians to the experimental Paulo Soleri, this trip includes 1000 years of living in ten days. read more about Great Architecture of the Southwest... Read More

Copy of Best Budget Phoenix

Copy of Best Budget Phoenix
Destination(s): Scottsdale

Dedicating to providing a compelling and accurate portrayal of Native Americans, particularly those from the Southwest, the Heard Museum is recognized international for the size of its collections. Sensitively-displayed artifacts mingle with contemporary paintings and jewelry, with educational programs offering rich context. read more about Copy of Best Budget Phoenix... Read More

First Time In Flagstaff

First Time In Flagstaff
Destination(s): Flagstaff

Flagstaff has so much to offer any time of year that your first visit might not even cover the tip of the iceberg, or in this case, the San Francisco Peaks. Located just two hours north of Phoenix, Flagstaff is at 7,000 feet elevation and, unlike the Valley of the Sun, has four seasons. Summers and winters are relatively mild. Yes, there is snow, but the sun shines practically every day and most days require only a layered ensemble.
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A family exploration of Flagstaff

A family exploration of Flagstaff
Destination(s): Flagstaff

This trip guide is designed for the adventurous family, who is also interested in an education along the way. This guide features fun places to eat, intriguing places to learn, and adventurous places to explore. The cultural and historical points of interest include museums and well preserved ruins, while the geological points of interest can be found near extinct volcanoes, caves, and trails. read more about A family exploration of Flagstaff... Read More

First Time Flagstaff Trippin'

First Time Flagstaff Trippin'
Destination(s): Flagstaff

For your family's first visit to the Flagstaff area, the one thing you are required to do is take a day trip to the south rim of Grand Canyon. You'll need to devote an entire day at one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. You can have breakfast in Flagstaff, roam around and down the canyon, watch a majestic sunset, and be back in Flagstaff for a late dinner. Bring some healthy snacks and water for the day, as there are no quick food stops in the national park. You will find a restaurant at the lodge, but you won't want to spend time waiting for a meal when you can be exploring the land. read more about First Time Flagstaff Trippin'... Read More

Top 10 Five Star Restaurants in Arizona

Top 10 Five Star Restaurants in Arizona
Destination(s): Flagstaff

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