Arizona’s northern region is the state’s second largest travel destination. Heading north from Phoenix you visit, Prescott, Camp Verde and Sedona before reaching the gateway to the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff, AZ. At more than 7,000 feet it is a vibrant and expanding city of over 70,000 residents. The Grand Canyon, which sees roughly 5 million annual visitors, is a one hour drive north of Flagstaff. To the west you will travel through Williams, Kingman and Bullhead City. Westbound brings you to Winslow, Holbrook and Window Rock. Northern Arizona offers any outdoors person with everything imaginable … Fishing, camping, hiking, biking, hunting, horseback riding, golfing, skiing, mountain climbing, rafting and kayaking. However, what really captures your mind is the simply awesome beauty of the natural landscape that goes on for what seems like an eternity.
NORTHERN ARIZONA, WOW, WHAT A PLACE!
PLACES YOU SIMPLY CANNOT MISS WHEN VISITING AZ
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Eat, Shop and Enjoy all that the great City of Williams has to offer.
At the Museum of the North (Flagstaff, AZ) is where Culture, Science and Art come together at this one-of-a-kind museum. This venue should not be missed.
One of Flagstaffs oldest and legendary restaurants. Family owned and operated of or over 30 years.
Arizona Snowbowl is your year-round high elevation destination...
WALK THE SKY --One of Arizona’s most exciting attractions. Walk 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon. This venue should not be missed. This is certainly a “Bucket List” experience that you will not soon forget.
Daytime Tours, Solar & Nighttime Telescope Viewing, Kids Summer Camps.
- EXPERIENCE WILLIAMS – BROWN MARKER
- ARIZONA SNOWBOWL – GREEN MARKER
- LOWELL OBSERVATORY – RED MARKER
- MUSEUM OF NORTHERN ARIZONA – ORANGE MARKER
- BLACK BARTS STEAKHOUSE – BLUE MARKER
- SKYWALK – PURPLE MARKER