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Parken en natuur in Flagstaff

Beste natuurtips van locals

Museum
“Walnut Canyon National Monument, only 10 miles (16km) east from Flagstaff along I-40, contains about 25 cliff-dwelling rooms constructed by the Sinagua people in the 13th century along a 1 ½ mile (2400m) loop trail. (Warning: there is a stairway of some 240 steps to get into and out of the canyon; if this is too strenuous, there is also a rim trail). ”
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Park
“Wonderful tour of historic home and opportunity to hear about the early beginnings of Flagstaff.”
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Park
“Walk, run or bike the nearly 2 mile loop. Beautiful views any time of year!”
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Park
“Fatman’s Loop Trail aka Mount Elden Hike is my favorite hike in Flagstaff. Great views and scenery. Can go as far up the mountain as you’d like. I usually go about half way up.”
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Mountain
“Excellent views, steep climb to the towers. Really cool Alligator Juniper, boulders, cacti, evergreens...nice varied terrain, but a real heartache climb. Use caution if you have a heart condition. It's a very popular trail so if you want more solitude go EARLY.”
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Park
“Nestled in cool Ponderosa pine forest, 10 minutes drive from the cabin, the County's premier 633-acre regional park is open year round as a recreation destination. Throughout the year you can enjoy the multi-use trails, bike park, disk golf, archery, adventure course and more. In the winter you can enjoy snow play opportunities, as well as snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing for all ages.”
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“This gem of a city park offers lots of cement for scooters, a skateboard park and a couple of playgrounds...my favorite is the one with the zippiness!!”
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“There is a farmer's market in the City Hall parking lot on Sunday morning during the summertime!”
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“Easy to access trail system with several hiking / mountain biking loops with great views. Can often see wildlife while enjoying these trails. Loops are well maintained and not too challenging. ”
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“See some petroglyphs and walk some great trails. Many geocaches in the area too!”
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“Wonderful public park near neighborhood with large play ground, skate park and large soccer / baseball fields. Excellent views of our mountain peaks!”
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“On Wednesday afternoon/evenings in June and July there are free concerts here.”
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Forest
“Does horseback riding interest you? At Historic Hitchin' Post Stables, there is a horse for every rider! Whether you're 5 or 85, they have the perfect mount for you! If you are an experienced rider or just starting and need some time up on a horse, Hitchin' Post is the outfit for you. They have everything you need for your horseback riding experience.
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“If you bring your bike be sure to hit the course just a few minutes away located in Fort Tuthill Park. They have courses for beginning all the way to advanced. ”
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