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The Grand Canyon

90-Minute Drive from Flagstaff

Guided Tours:

Discover the Grand Canyon

  • Mather Point Overlook
    See the Grand Canyon in its full glory and a wonderful place for pictures. (

  • Visitor Center
    Located at Mather Point, it’s a great place to ask questions and plan your next stops. (Tripadvisor)


  • Bright Angel Trail
    Take a beautiful 30 minute to an hour hike into the Canyon. (We do not recommend hiking too far if you do not plan properly and don’t have experience.)  (Tripadvisor)

  • "Ooh Ahh Point"
    A moderate 1.7-mile hike starting at South Kaibab Trail leads to a spectacular viewpoint. (Tripadvisor)

  • Bike Rental
    Rent a cruiser or road bike and ride Grand Canyon’s beautiful rim side bike trails away from the crowds! (Website)

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45-Minute Drive from Flagstaff

Guided Tours:

Journey to Sedona

  • Airport Road Overlook
    Lookout point with views of the town & rugged red sandstone hills that are illuminated at sunset.(Tripadvisor)

  • Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village
    A Sedona landmark since the 1970's, Tlaquepaque treats visitors and local residents to an exceptional collection of shops and galleries. (Web) (Tripadvisor)

  • Sedona Main Street
    Home to Sedona's famous
    shops and galleries. (Tripadvisor)

  • West Fork Oak Creek Trail
    6.9-mile trail that follows a creek at the bottom of a 1,000-foot canyon. 
    (10251 N State Rte 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336) (Tripadvisor)

  • Devil's Bridge Trail
    4.3 easy hiking trail with beautiful red rock scenery and the chance to have your photo taken on top of Devils Bridge.(Tripadvisor)


  • Additional Hikes
    Boynton Canyon Trail, Bell Rock Pathway, Airport Mesa Trail, The Birthing Cave, Soldiers Pass, and Red Rock Crossing


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Page & Lake Powel

2-Hour Drive from Flagstaff

Guided Tours:

Explore Page & Lake Powell

  • Antelope Canyon
    Few geological formations are as picturesque and awe-inspiring as Antelope Canyon. (Tripadvisor)
    All areas of Antelope Canyon are only accessible via Guided Tour. Tour Guides are mandatory. Click Here for tour options.

  • Horseshoe Bend
    A horseshoe-shaped overlook with one of the most spectacular views of the Colorado River. (Tripadvisor)

  • Colorado River Rafting
    Enjoy a rafting trip on the Colorado River with a certified tour guide. (Tour option one)  (Tour option two)

  • Lake Powell Boat Tour
    There's no better way to see Lake Powell than aboard a guided boat tour. Click Here to view tour options.

  • Motor Boat Rental Lake Powell
    Explore Lake Powell on the water in your very own powerboat rental. Click Here to view rental options.



Explore Northern Arizona

On the last day of Chol Hamoed, consider visiting one of the below towns in Northern Arizona:


  • Lava River Cave
    This mile-long lava cave was formed roughly 700,000 years ago by molten rock that erupted from a volcanic vent. (Tripadvisor)


  • Walnut Canyon National Monument
    See millions of years of history unraveled in the geology of the rocks at this popular scenic and historic hiking area. (Tripadvisor)


  • Sunset Crater National Monument 
    A crater was created by a volcanic eruption 900 years ago. (Tripadvisor)

  • Flagstaff Extreme
    Arizona’s only adventure & zip line course, offering treetop obstacle courses for kids & adults.(Website)  (Tripadvisor)

  • Arizona Snowbowl
    Arizona's premier ski & snowboard destination. Enjoy the scenic gondola ride for an aerial view from the top of the San Francisco Peaks  (Website) (Tripadvisor)

  • Lowell Observatory
    An astronomical observatory in Flagstaff. Best known for the discovery of Pluto. (Website) (Tripadvisor)

  • Indoor Activities:

    • ​Starlight Lanes Bowling Alley (Website)

    • Flag Tag Laser Tag & Axe Throwing (Website)


Camp Verde:

55 Minute Drive from Flagstaff

  • Out of Africa Wildlife Park
    A drive-through wildlife park and zoo. (Website) (Tripadvisor)

30 Minute Drive from Flagstaff

  • Bearizona Wildlife Park
    Wildlife park offering a drive-thru experience starring wolves, bears, bison, mountain goats & more. (Website) (Tripadvisor)

  • The Deer Farm
    Large petting zoo with chances to feed fallow deer, also home to cockatoos, wallabies & llamas. (Website) (Tripadvisor)

  • Route 66 Zipline
    Zipline riders in seats instead of harnesses fly over a quaint town on the historic Route 66. (Website) (Tripadvisor)

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