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The Flagstaff CVB can assist you in planning “edu-taining” adventures for your student-age groups.
Each itinerary typically partners both hands-on educational activities with just-for-fun active adventures.
Students will learn about archeology, and participate in an actual “dig,” followed by a hike and visit to an ancient dwelling at one of our area’s national monuments.
Explore Flagstaff’s rich history with the Apollo space missions. Take a free self-guided tour (weekdays only) at the USGS to see the original lunar training rover and displays. Visit training sites at Meteor Crater and Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Top off the day with nighttime viewing at Lowell Observatory.
Bicycling, hiking, rock climbing (indoor and outdoor), disc golf, and much more are available for groups in the Flagstaff area.
Enjoy a summer day at the Arizona Snowbowl with a trip to the top of Arizona aboard the Sky Ride with views at 11,500 feet elevation. The Agassiz lodge at the bottom of the lift is a great place to enjoy lunch on the deck and take in a free game of disc golf.
Below is a sample itinerary option for a 3 day/night visit with a focus on science; however the Flagstaff CVB is happy to assist you in planning a customized itinerary for your group. For complete itinerary details or more information please contact Cherri at CLamont@flagstaffaz.gov.
EDUCATIONAL FOCUS – GEOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY