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With crisp mountain air and roaring fireplaces, Flagstaff will warm your soul and refresh your spirits.
Designated by Arizona’s Governor Doug Ducey, Flagstaff is Arizona’s official Winter Wonderland which is no surprise as the city’s downtown receives an annual average of 100” of snow. This, coupled with Flagstaff being home to the state’s tallest mountain, Humphreys Peak, makes this college town ideal for winter recreation.
Flagstaff offers thrill seeking downhill skiers and boarders, from beginner to advanced, terrain at an altitude of 11,500’ which can also provide distant views of the Grand Canyon. Throughout town, more fluffy white adventures await with snow tubing, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
February 8, 2020 | Flagstaff Visitor Center | 1 East Route 66 | 928-213-2951
There’s nothing better than getting our daily steps in while savoring the silky richness of dark and light chocolates — truffles, nougat and more — which is a perfect start to the mother of all chocolate holidays, Valentine’s Day. The Flagstaff Visitor Center is hosting the Annual Flagstaff Chocolate Walk, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in historic downtown Flagstaff. The Flagstaff Chocolate Walk is a one-day chocolate tasting adventure where repeated decadence meets unlimited smiles while exploring downtown businesses in a unique and flavorful way. Registration is required and this event often sells out. For more information or questions contact the Flagstaff Visitor Center at 928-213-2951.
February 6–15, 2020
Grab your growlers and get ready to celebrate the state’s frothy creations during the 2019 Arizona Beer Week. For both craft beer aficionados and those just starting to develop an ale-loving palate, the annual event emphasizes craft beer education and includes tap takeovers, beer tastings, beer pairing dinners and special discounts throughout the week.
The Flagstaff-Grand Canyon Ale Trail is your passport to enjoying Arizona high country’s finest hand-crafted beers at local breweries and brew partners. The Ale Trail self-guided tour is about one mile level walking in historic downtown Flagstaff. Experience a tasting adventure, a walking tour, and create fun memories with friends and family. Do it on your own anytime, when you want, for as long as you want. The Flagstaff-Grand Canyon Ale Trail is open any time the breweries are open. Purchase Ale Trail Passport packages at flagstaffaletrail.com, or at Beaver Street or Lumberyard Brewing Company. Have your Passport stamped and get special discounts on craft beer.
(928) 773-8787 • www.flagstaffaletrail.com
The “Pedalers” are part bicycle, part pub crawl and 100 percent fun. The 14 passenger, human powered, party on wheels rolls rain or shine (or snow), with VIP discounts at most establishments in historic downtown Flagstaff. Individual seats are available for the weekly pub crawl, or the entire Pedaler can be rented for special events.
7 S. Mike’s Pike • (928) 213-9233 • alpinepedaler.com
This 20-minute bike tour provides you with the locations of all the local breweries in downtown Flagstaff. After the tour, keep your bike for 2 hours of brewery-hopping to experience these fine craft beers first-hand.
106 W Aspen Ave. • (928) 699-1307 • www.azpedaltours.com