When most people think of Flagstaff, they usually don’t associate our city with horse riding. Well that’s all beginning to change, thanks in part to a group of horse lovers who meet monthly to network and simply just share their love of horses. The High Country Horse Lovers Club meets every month on the 1st Wednesday at R.E.D.S. Kitchen & Food Emporium located just a short drive from your Flagstaff hotel. Are you a horse enthusiast? If so, this club is free to join and there are no formal agendas, just a great way to meet other horse enthusiasts. It’s also a great way to learn of all the horse happenings in the high country. Grab your saddle and get going!
If you’re looking for some outdoor fun and a little bit of exercise then Flagstaff Extreme is for you. This tree top adventure course is an elevated obstacle course surrounded by majestic Ponderosa Pines. The course includes zip lines, bridges, swings, nets, and slides and is just a short drive from your Flagstaff hotel. Whether you decide to brave the course alone, bring a group of friends, or simply host a party/event, this course is guaranteed to challenge you and enable you to explore the outdoors in a whole new way. Tours can be set up via the Flagstaff Extreme website or over the phone. The summer time is peak season for the course, so make sure you secure your spot as soon as possible. See you in the pines.
The Flagstaff Symphony Orbhestra presents "Viva Verdi" a collaboration with soloists Deborah Raymond, Ricardo Pereira, the Master Chorale of Flagstaff and the NAU Shrine of the Ages Choir. The events takes place at the Ardrey Memorial Auditorium located about 10 minutes from your Flagstaff hotel. This event is a must for all of you classical music fans and if anything it's a really good excuse to get all sassy and dapper.
It’s the first Friday of the month, which means First Friday will be taking place in historic downtown Flagstaff! Bring a friend or two and come hang out as we usher in the spring Flagstaff style. Art, music, food, and fun! Events usually start at 6pm in downtown Flagstaff. Guides and maps are available.
For more information visit www.flagstaffartwalk.com
It may be surprising to find out there are real waterfalls in Arizona, but the Grand Falls of the Little Colorado River are actually some of the biggest falls in the United States. The Grand Falls are taller than Niagara Falls at 185 feet, but the water is generally very muddy and almost looks like chocolate running over cliffs during certain times of the year.