Flagstaff, Az


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Flagstaff has a much colder climate than we are used to here in Phoenix. Even in during a summer night you may need a sweatshirt. It has beautiful lush scenery as well as exciting skiing in the winter. It's surrounding mountains are also part of the Grand Canyon.

It is a cute town with a hip college feeling. It is the home of Northern Arizona State University. This town is definitely worth seeing while you are up there. The town of Flagstaff hosts several good music and art festivals every year, one in the summer and one in the winter. More to come on these festivals soon...

The camping up here may be cold but it is wonderful, scenic and worthe the trip. There are National Campsites all over. There are even places within another hour or so past Flagstaff towards Albuquerque where one may camp overnight inside of a teepee! Though we have not actually done this it has always sounded like fun.

Directions to Flagstaff:
From the Phoenix area take I- 17 North. Past
Sedona. This should take about 2 hours. You will see many signs follow them and you can't go wrong. I wish I had more information for you but I don't know this area very well as right now, but that will change.

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