Whether the weather in Flagstaff is snowy or not there is always a lot to do. Arizona Snowbowl, Arizona Nordic Village, Fatmans Loop Trail, Starlite Lanes Bowling, Jay Lively Ice Skating Rink and don't forget to stop at Pizzicletta after your day of play!
From sitting at Rendezvous on the corner of Aspen and San Francisco to taking that special someone to The Cottage for a Valentine's Day dinner. Skiing the slopes and seeing Ava, Arizona Snowbowl's avalanche rescue puppy or just getting out and yurt camping at Flagstaff Nordic Village. Flagstaff has what you need to fill your February.
For both craft beer aficionados and those just starting to develop an ale-loving palate the annual event emphasizes craft beer education, a look at the artistry of brewing and the pairing of gourmet grub with the perfect suds. More than 200 fun events will be held over the nine days with many events taking place right here in Flagstaff.
Visit Flagstaff and enjoy all Flagstaff has to offer. Take a jog or hike up at Buffalo Park. Enjoy firepits on the patio at Little America or Courtyard by Mariott. Skate at the Station at the Flagstaff Train station and Visitor Center (final weekend before January 1), take the Polar Plunge during the first day of the new Year, enjoy a warm cocktail and many more events as well as downhill skiing and snowboarding up at Arizona Snowbowl.
Make your plans for Flagstaff at New years Eve. The historic Weatherford Hotel an icon in the heart of downtown Flagstaff will present the annual New Year’s Eve tradition, the Great Pinecone drop on December 31, 2017. The Pinecone will be displayed at an elevated three stories as a giant holiday ornament for the entire city to admire until the New Year’s countdown. Join thousands of revelers in the streets of historic downtown Flagstaff as we countdown to a New Year! First drop at 10 p.m. Second drop: midnight.
December is here and it's that magic time of year for holiday celebration. The Christmas lights adorn the streets. The slopes are open at Arizona Snowbowl for winter skiing. Celebrate the holiday traditions with the Nutcracker suite in modern bare feet, North Pole Experience, Holiday Lights Parade and of course the Great Pinecone Drop. It is all waiting for you in Flagstaff.
November is the time of year the leafs have fallen, their is a crispness to the air, days of horseback riding in the sun without a jacket are far and few between but can still be found. Indoor art shows, arts and craft fairs, turkey-cranberry sandwiches, flaming cocktails and great craft-brews are all ready and waiting for you to visit Flagstaff.
October is a time of Hot drinks, scarfs, layered clothing, apple cider and great craft brews. Whether you are taking hikes in the autumn colors or driving down Route 66 be sure to take time to get to know Flagstaff. Reserve a table at the Cottage for Honey & Sage Brined Cote de Porc or sit outside at the Nomads Global Lounge and enjoy noshings while being warmed by a globe styled fire pit.
September is the high point of enjoying the outdoors in Flagstaff. With the flowers bursting, the fall color beginning and the slightly cooled temps making it just right to attend an outdoor setting. Be sure to see the many outdoor Festivals starting with Art in the Park on Labor Day Weekend September 2-4. Drinks and Dining at the Oakmont after a little golf is a great escape.
Located in the mountains of northern Arizona, Flagstaff is a four season destination with an eclectic mix of dining, nightlife and visitor activities. Enjoy a day exploring the historic downtown, then the next hiking to the highest point in the state. Located near the Grand Canyon and multiple national monuments and state parks, Flagstaff is a hub to explore all of the region.
Known as Arizona's Winter Wonderland, Flagstaff is located at the base of the San Francisco Peaks and provides a winter escape for family, friends and loved ones. From skiing at Arizona Snowbowl and sledding with the kids, to holiday events and New Year's Eve celebrations, Flagstaff is the destination for your winter retreat. For more information visit www.flagstaffarizona.org/winter