Flagstaff has many activities for groups to enjoy in every season. Start with a visit to The Arboretum, a serene setting of gardens, wetlands, meadow, and forest. Self-guided tours go through October. Yoga classes also are available through September, bringing attendees peace and serenity, and painting classes are available to help your clients channel their inner artist. Flagstaff also offers an array of recreational opportunities, such as diving with Summit Divers, zip-lining at Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course & Adventure Ziplines, or bowling at Starlite Lanes. Consider booking Flagstaff E-Bike Tours or the Alpine Pedaler, a 15-passenger trolley that is part bicycle and part pub crawl.


Downtown Heritage Square is a restaurant with a fusion of progressive and unconventional elegance, best known for its handmade crepes. Flagstaff has a thriving microbrewery scene with many unique, award-winning breweries. The Drinking Horn Meadery, Lumberyard Brewing Co., and Wanderlust Brewing Co. are just a few to note. Before you book, download a copy of the Flagstaff Brewing Trail Passport and check off the map as your group goes on this self-guided tour.


Often referred to as the “City of Seven Wonders,” Flagstaff’s backyard overflows with national parks and monuments all within 10 to 80 miles. Plan a group visit to Grand Canyon National Park, Wupatki National Monument, Oak Creek Canyon, Sunset Crater Volcano, San Francisco Peaks, Coconino National Forest, or Walnut Canyon. Bicycling, hiking, rock climbing (indoor and outdoor), disc golf, and much more are available for groups in the Flagstaff area.


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