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Before you head out into the snow this winter, be sure to check out our tips for staying safe no matter what you are doing.
Flagstaff attracts visitors from all over to our snowy playground. Accumulating an average of 100 inches of snow annually in downtown, the surrounding ponderosa forests are blanketed with even more - welcoming winter enthusiasts to partake in a multitude of winter activities, such as skiing, snowshoeing, sledding and snowbiking.
Travel with cold weather necessities including plenty of gas in the tank, fully charged cell phone, supply of drinking water, flashlight, batteries, pack blankets, gloves, scarves, snacks and medication.
Slow down, only park in designated areas, do not park along highways, allow for extra time due to road conditions or travel delays.
Do not block driveways, entrances or exits, use restrooms prior to arriving at snowplay area, play in approved designated areas as shown on the snowplay map.
Be sure to take your trash and snowplay items back to your vehicle for proper storage, recycling or trash.
Flagstaff offers numerous indoor and outdoor family-friendly winter activities. Stop by the Flagstaff Visitor Center for a customized itinerary.
Weather is unpredictable and conditions can quickly change. Err on the cautious side and plan to stay overnight. There are plenty of family and pet-friendly hotels and campgrounds. Visit discoverflagstaff.com to book your lodging.
Always call to check road conditions before you travel to Flagstaff during the winter season.
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