Flagstaff, Arizona: Where to Hike, Eat & Drink | Fresh Off The Grid
This post contains affiliate links. We spent one of the most enjoyable weeks of our entire trip in Flagstaff, AZ. It’s a town we’ve driven through on multiple occasions, but this was the first time we had spent any time there – and honestly – we can’t wait to go back. What makes Flagstaff so great? It’s hard to say exactly, but something about the combination of free camping, outdoor recreation options, eclectic coffee shops, and local breweries just struck […]
On October 24th, 2001, the City of Flagstaff became the World’s First “International Dark Sky City.” The designation was awarded by the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA), a tax-exempt non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the nighttime environment and the heritage of dark skies. The International Dark-Sky City designation is given to identify towns and … Continue reading International Dark Sky City →
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The Inner Basin Trail begins in beautiful Lockett Meadow in Flagstaff. Here extensive stands of aspens cover the mountain slopes coloring them solid gold in early fall. In spring and summer, wildflowers add a sprinkling of blue, red and yellow. PHOTO BY: John Morey