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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. Discover the local events you can visit in this Winter Wonderland, from Arizona Beer Week to a virtual Pluto Festival.
Grab your growlers and get ready to celebrate the state’s frothy creations during the Arizona Beer Week. In 2021, Arizona Beer Week had been extended from one week to the entire month! That's plenty of time to walk the beer trail and indulge in every brewery's offered specials.
Beer Week is a perfect time for both craft beer aficionados and those just starting to develop an ale-loving palate, to experience this annual event. Learn about craft beer education and check-out tap takeovers, beer tastings, beer pairing dinners and special discounts. Find more information here.
February 18-20, 2023
For the love of PLUTO! Experience Pluto by celebrating the 92nd anniversary with Lowell Observatory virtually in February 2022. Flagstaff is home to the discovery of Pluto and is the world's first dark sky city! Celebrate virtually and attend the free I Heart Pluto festival with a full schedule of events: Why Pluto is a Planet, Who is Clyde Tombaugh, Uncovering Pluto, When the Moon Hits Your Eye, Family Night at Pluto, Following in Clyde’s Footsteps and We Heart Pluto.
The Flagstaff Brewery Trail is your passport to enjoying Arizona high country’s finest hand-crafted beers at local breweries and brew partners. The Trail is a self-guided tour in the City of Flagstaff. Experience a tasting adventure, a tour of town, 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 Brewery Trail is open any time the breweries are open. Download a Trail Passport at craftbeerflg.com, or pickup at any of the breweries and the Flagstaff Visitor Center (1 East Route 66.) Fill-out your Passport and receive a cool Arizona Craft Beer City pint glass.
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. Enjoy this exhilarating experience and please remember to wear a mask when appropriate.
7 S. Mike’s Pike • (928) 213-9233
Get to know Flagstaff on foot, bike or Segway! Select a historic or haunted downtown tour to learn about Flagstaff’s rich history or haunted sites and ghost stories. The tours visit restaurants and breweries providing you an exceptional experience to discover Flagstaff first-hand.
19 W. Aspen Ave. • (928) 699-1307
Get ready for some fun and grab a high-tech laser gun and vest. Explore FlagTag AZ's multi-level black-lit arena for singles or teams of players. Enjoy a game of dodgeball, Nerf tag, axe throwing or one of the many arcade games. Flag Tag AZ also hosts private events. Enjoy pizza or a smoothie at the snack bar.
1801 W. Route 66 • (928) 707-9824