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Hop up to 7,000 feet for a high elevation Easter celebration this year among the pines and peaks in Flagstaff; where the Easter Bunny is likely to be spotted hitting the ski slopes after hiding all those baskets and eggs.
Make plans now to spend the spring holiday with family outdoors on a hiking trail or the ski slopes between the Easter egg hunts and remember to squeeze in time for a memorable Easter brunch at one of Flagstaff’s fine dining options.
Kick off the Easter festivities a week early with the Funny Bunny Children’s Day at The Oakmont featuring a yummy brunch buffet of kid favorite foods, photos with the Easter Bunny, and a grand egg hunt on the club green.
Adults: $15.00 / Children (4-12): 10.00 / Children (0-3): free
Call 928-526-7990 for more information.
With more than 300 inches of snow over the 2016-2017 ski season the conditions on the slopes will hold out and allow for skiing on Easter weekend. Arizona Snowbowl will offer “World’s Best Spring Break Specials” through the holiday making lift ticket prices are the most affordable of the season.
Specials must be purchased 48 hours in advance at: arizonasnowbowl.com/springbreak.
Families can join the Easter Bunny for a brunch featuring seafood, omelet and carving stations as well as four entrée options and a wealth of side dishes, salads and desserts at the Doubletree by Hilton Flagstaff.
Adults: $39.95 / Seniors (65 and over): 34.95 / Children (6-12): 13.95 / Children (under 6): free
Call 928-773-8880 for reservations.
For a memorable Easter brunch head to the charming bungalow and patio of Josephine’s Modern American Bistro. This year’s holiday feast will include several menu favorites, spring specials with a twist and a variety of quiche options.
Adults: $29.50 / Children (6-12): 12.50
Reservations recommended, to see the full brunch menu visit: josephinesrestaurant.com