Flagstaff, Arizona has all the charm of a small mountain town, with the resources of a much larger community. It is the home of Northern Arizona University, Coconino Community College and Flagstaff Regional Medical Center.
Flagstaff is the hub of technological advancement in Northern Arizona, with a focus on the sciences, astronomy, medical devices, forestry and renewable energy.
Flagstaff is situated in the mountains 7,000 feet above sea level, and has four distinct seasons, unlike most of the rest of Arizona.
Flagstaff is in Coconino County, surrounded by a Pondersa Pine Forest, which adds to its natural beauty and provides numerous opportunities for recreation.
The Flagstaff area enjoys four seasons and the Arizona Snowbowl is a popular ski and snowboarding resort. Other local attractions include Historic Downtown, with buildings from the late 19th Century, on historic Route 66, Lowell Observatory and the Museum of Northern Arizona. The city is host to many annual events, and many other activities.
Nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff is also the hub of many of the state’s major attractions, including the Grand Canyon, 1.5 hours, Williams, .5 hour, Sedona 1 hour, Lake Powell, 2.5 hours and Phoenix, 2 hours south.