Flagstaff is located on the southwestern side of the Colorado Plateau, and on the western side of the largest forest of pinus ponderosa on the planet, at an altitude varying between 2,106 – 2,120 m. The town really comes to life in the Summer, so you will find plenty of things to do here, during your vacation: festivals, events, nature, farmer`s market and more. Flagstaff offers many opportunities to be outside and enjoy the sun and the warm weather.

Here are some examples:

Cultural & Theme Tours

•    Grand Canyon Complete Tour from Flagstaff or from Sedona
•    Ancient Spirits of the Canyon Tour
•    Haunted Downtown Bike Tour
•    Monument Valley Tour

Museums

•    Lowell Observatory
•    Museum of Northern Arizona
•    Meteor Crater
•    Northern Arizona University
•    Pioneer Museum
•    Fort Tuthill Military Museum

National Parks in Flagstaff

•    Walnut Canyon National Monument
•    Wupatki National Monument
•    Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
•    Coconino National Forest
•    Red Mountain Trail
•    Wet Beaver Creek

Festivals not to miss

•    Flagstaff Hullabaloo
•    Flag Wool and Fiber Festival
•    Made in the Shade (beer tasting festival)
•    Blues and Brews Festival

Other popular attractions in Flagstaff include many outdoor activities organized during the summer season (hikes, scenic drives, extreme adventure courses, river expeditions and other recreation programs).  If you are thinking of living here, you can know that the roofers Flagstaff is home to are truly some of the best around.   Take a look at some of the neighborhoods while you are here and consider making Flagstaff your home.

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