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Follow along as this hiker-turned-author explores Flagstaff following the Trails Passport Program
The Flagstaff Trails Passport is designed for you to easily and conveniently select trails from a specially procured list intended to assist you in avoiding trail congestion and provide you a better experience. You know, that exhilarating “I got out of the office and into the world’s largest contiguous Ponderosa Pine forest” feeling. #PledgeWildFLG when you follow the Flagstaff Trails Passport to earn great prizes to aid your future adventures.
Trails are assigned points based on level of difficulty, with easy trails assigned 1 point, moderate trails assigned 2 points, and difficult trails assigned 3 points.
1 point – Check-in at just 1 trail to receive 1 point which earns you a commemorative sticker, to be picked-up from the official Flagstaff Visitor Center, 1 East Route 66, in the historic train station.
5 points – Check-in and earn a cumulative of at least 5 points which earns you a wooden postcard, to be picked up from the official Flagstaff Visitor Center. Did you know the Visitor Center can send your postcards immediately upon pick-up? Consider inviting your friends to your next trail summit and ask them to #PledgeWildFLG!
10 points – You must love our trails as much as we do! Check-in and earn a cumulative of at least 10 points which allows Discover Flagstaff to make a one-time donation in YOUR name to FTI (Flagstaff Trails Initiative) via Pledge for the Wild. Now that’s really giving back and supporting what you love! This prize donation prize offer is valid for the first 400 people checking-in at the program’s approved trails, accumulating the correct points and reporting through the digital passport process. The prize expires upon the first 400 awards or by December 31, 2023, whichever occurs first. (One per-person.)
15 points – 15 points, WOW, job well done! Please pick up one commemorative fanny pack at the official Flagstaff Visitor Center to take on your future Flagstaff hikes, because let’s face it, at this “point” we both know you’ll be back. (One per-person.)