Flagstaff Red Mountain Volcano Inside Geology - Nate Loper
Wupatki Pueblo Arizona Archaeology - Nate Loper
Red Mountain Volcano Geology - Nate Loper, Flagstaff, Arizona

All About Flagstaff

The City of Seven Wonders!

Things to do in Flagstaff…

Flagstaff is known as the City of Seven Wonders because of the amazing geological features we have in the area…many unheard of by visitors!  Nestled in the San Francisco mountains at the base of Humphrey’s Peak, (the highest point in Arizona)

Flagstaff boasts a large variety of natural attractions, environments, and ecosystems within just a 90 minute drive from here.

Some of these include:

  • Grand Canyon Most visited natural wonder of the world and visible from space! (90 min)

  • Walnut Canyon Native American Indian cliff dwelling ruins and a beautiful canyon (20 min)

  • Sunset Crater Volcano Cinder cone and lava field that you can hike through and explore (20 min)

  • Wupatki National Monument Impressive 700 year old Native American Indian ruins (60 min)

  • Meteor Crater One of the largest and best preserved meteorite impact sites in the world (40 min)

  • Lowell Observatory 120 year-old observatory and famous for its discovery of Pluto (5 min)

  • Arizona Snowbowl Arizona’s largest ski resort boasting 260 inches of snowfall annually (30 min)

  • Hart and Lockett Meadows High alpine meadows surrounded by aspens and spruce (40 min)

  • Lake Mary Camping, hiking, fishing, boating, swimming and rumored buried treasure! (30 min)

  • Lava River Cave 3/4 of a mile into the earth through an extinct underground lava tube (30 min)

  • Sedona Beautiful red rock formations surround this picturesque top travel destination (40 min)