Flagstaff Chocolate Walk


As a perfect start to the mother of all chocolate holidays, Valentine’s Day, the Flagstaff Visitor Center is hosting the 2nd annual Flagstaff Chocolate Walk on Saturday, February 11, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in historic downtown Flagstaff. The Flagstaff Chocolate Walk is a one-day chocolate tasting adventure where you can enjoy all different varieties of chocolates; exploring downtown businesses in a unique and flavorful way.

Upon registration you will receive your chocolate passport which includes a map of participating locations. Passport in hand, participants then set out to explore downtown, sampling chocolates and chocolate-based treats. At each tasting location you can receive a stamp and collect points towards the grand prize drawing. You must visit at least 5 businesses and return your passport between 2-4 p.m. to enter for the grand prize drawing. Cast your vote for Best Chocolate with your passport as well. The business with the most votes will be awarded a prize.

This year, there will be online and in-person pre-registration in the week leading up to the event. Online pre-registration will be through Eventbrite. If you pre-register, you can pick up your bag and passport at the Flagstaff Visitor Center at any point from February 6-11 during regular business hours. On Saturday, February 11 registration will begin at 10 a.m. in the Flagstaff Visitor Center, ending at noon or when all passports have been sold. Only 100 day-of passports will be sold, so be sure to get your passports early!

There is a minimal cost to participate:

  • ages 5 and under free
  • ages 6-12 $5
  • ages 13+ $8

Purchase tickets here between 9 a.m. February 3 and 4 p.m. February 10.

Along the Chocolate Walk route some businesses will offer discounts exclusive to participants with a passport.

All proceeds of the event will be donated to the Flagstaff Family Food Center and the Coconino Humane Association. There will also be pet adoptions all day during the event at the train station!

For more information or questions contact the Flagstaff Visitor Center at 928-213-2951.

Flagstaff Visitor Center in the historic train station building
One E. Route 66
Flagstaff, AZ 86001