Travel Guide for Flagstaff
Located at an elevation of 7,000 feet, immersed in the world’s largest Ponderosa pine forest, Flagstaff is a four-season hub of activity.
Pine Canyon is positioned favorably for day trips to iconic destinations with breathtaking natural features. Time to explore.
Wade on in
From lakes to creeks to falls, water is abundant throughout Northern Arizona.
There are parts of the world that can only be seen and experienced by water. The waterways that weave through the Flagstaff area offer ideal channels for kayakers paddling to beat a sunset and canoes racing to catch a sunrise and that coveted first catch of the day.
Just a few minutes’ drive from Pine Canyon, Lake Mary provides serene surroundings and flat water for numerous types of water sports outings: stand up paddle boarding, paddle yoga, kayaking or canoeing – as well as fishing for northern pike, yellow bass, sunfish and trout.
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