The hotel is upgrading their elevators so we will only have one elevator operational at a time from June 27th till July 25th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Staff will be available to assist guests.
Both historians and outdoor enthusiasts will find visiting Canyon de Chelly National Monument one of the most interesting things to do in Flagstaff. Home to a community of Navajo people, the national monument presents fascinating architecture and artifacts from generations of inhabitants. The Visitor Center offers silversmith demonstrations, a bookstore, and information for exploring the park. You can also enjoy ten overlooks with spectacular views, guided tours, and trail hikes that are more manageable than the Grand Canyon.
Whether you spend just a few hours, or take it all in over a couple of days, you will agree that Canyon de Chelly is one of the many interesting things to do in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Go to http://www.nps.gov/cach or call 928-674-5500 for more information about the canyon.
Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff is the perfect hotel for your trip to Canyon de Chelly. Call the hotel directly at (928) 714-7130 to book your hotel stay, or use the button below to reserve online.
Snowbowl is a year-round playground. If skiing is your thing, the slopes feature a 2,300-foot vertical drop and an average snowfall of 260 inches. There are 32 trails and four chairlifts. Rental equipment is available and Snowbowl hosts banquets, ski school and special events. Skiing is open mid-December through mid-April from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
In summer, Snowbowl offers dining, disc golf and a Scenic Skyride which climbs to 11,500 feet for incredible views. Summer hours are Memorial Day weekend through mid-October from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information call 928-779-4577 or visit http://www.arizonasnowbowl.com
Ski enthusiasts will surely appreciate the many excellent ski areas near the Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff as well as our cool Arizona Ski Package. The package features accommodations for two at a special rate, Snowbowl ski information, ski lift passes for two, and complimentary Hot Express Start Breakfast.
Arizona Ski Package Includes:
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Call the Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff at (928) 714-7130 or use the link below to book your hotel reservation for your getaway to the Arizona Snowbowl.
With so many things to do in Flagstaff, it can be difficult to decide how to spend your day. Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument offers an interesting landscape as you walk the Lava Flow Trail. The volcano erupted some time between the years 1040 and 1100, killing all the plant life in a five-mile radius. From the mineral-rich soil deposits left behind, new plant life is flourishing.
Learn about how this dramatic event forever changed the lives of nearby inhabitants when you visit Sunset Crater Volcano. Go to http://www.nps.gov/sucr/index.htm or call 928-526-0502 to get additional information about the monument and volcano.
While in Flagstaff, make sure you check out another fascinating reminder of a significant natural event with a visit to the Meteor Crater.
To book your trip out to Flagstaff to visit the Sunset Crater, call (928) 714-7130 or reserve online with the button below.
Flagstaff offers a myriad of hiking and biking opportunities. The Flagstaff Urban Trails System (FUTS) is a citywide interconnecting network of non-motorized transportation corridors and linear recreation areas. Nearly 49 miles of completed trails link employment areas, activity centers, neighborhoods, schools and parks, offering year-round opportunities for bicycling, hiking, jogging or cross-country skiing. (http://www.flagstaff.az.gov)
You can also hike (and in some cases, bike) many miles of developed trails at:
Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff offers modern lodging in Flagstaff, Arizona with a host of amenities for the active visitor. Call the hotel directly at (928) 714-7130 or use the button below to book your stay.
People who love the great outdoors will find plenty of things to do in Flagstaff, including a visit to Slide Rock State Park. The 43-acre park in Oak Creek Canyon is actually a historic apple farm and homestead. The park’s name comes from a natural water chute called Slide Rock. Visitors can cool off by wading in the creek or sliding down the natural water slide. In addition to swimming, you can hike one of the trails, go fishing, or enjoy a picnic. Slipping down Slide Rock is one of the things to do in Flagstaff, AZ that locals love to do, too.
Call the Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff at (928) 714-7130 to reserve a room near Slide Rock State Park or book online with the button below.