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Outdoor Activities in Flagstaff and Northern Arizona
Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Geocaching is enjoyed by people from all age groups, with a strong sense of community and support for the environment.
http://www.geocaching.com/seek/nearest.aspx?lat=35.527645&lng=-111.761466&dist=25
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A city-wide network of non-motorized, shared-use pathways that are used by bicyclists, walkers, hikers, runners, and other users for both recreation and transportation. At present there are about 47 miles of FUTS trails in Flagstaff; and the overall master plan for FUTS shows another 80 miles of trail to be built in the future to complete the system. FUTS trails are generally eight or ten feet in width. About 22 miles of trails are paved, either in concrete or asphalt, and another 25 miles are aggregate surfaced.
http://www.flagstaff.az.gov/index.asp?NID=1379
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Plateau Country (the Mormon Lake Ranger District) extends from the foot of the Peaks to the [photo] Where Uppera and Lower Lake Mary meetsouth. This rolling highland is a land of ponderosa pine forests and pinyon/juniper woodlands clustered around broad prairies and small lakes. Arizona's largest natural lake, Mormon Lake, is located here. The area is also known for its plentiful wildlife. Large herds of elk roam the forests and edgelands. Bald eagles and ospreys live and hunt around the lakes. Pronghorn antelope graze the prairies.
http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/mormon_lake/index.shtml
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The Museum of Northern Arizona’s Ventures offer unparalleled opportunities to discover and explore the Colorado Plateau — 130,000 square miles of spectacular mountains, mesas, and canyonlands in the Four Corners region of Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico. Experience the rich natural wonders and cultures of this region through the eyes of scientists, writers, artists, cultural consultants, and guides.
http://www.mnaventures.org/
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At 12,643 feet, the San Francisco Peaks is not only the dominant feature of the forest area we call the Volcanic Highlands, it's also the highest mountain in Arizona. Three of the summits that ring this dormant volcano's now quiet inner caldera are higher than any other mountain in the state. This mountain is sacred to the native peoples that live in the area and its soaring profile set against a blue Arizona sky serves as a source of awe to contemporary residents and visitors. Views from the summit of the San Francisco Peaks stretch to the Grand Canyon's North Rim over eighty miles away.
http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/peaks/rec_peaks.shtml
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The Cathedral Rock Photo colorful collection of buttes, pinnacles, mesas and canyons surrounding Sedona is famous the world around for its red rock vistas. Over the years, this area has served as the setting of many western novels and movies and has been the subject of uncounted paintings, photographs and other works of art. The remains of ancient wetlands, these crimson cliffs have been carved by the forces of the desert into one of nature's most magnificent masterpieces.
http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/red_rock/rec_redrock.shtml
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The Scenic Skyride at the Arizona Snowbowl is the easiest and best way to see Northern Arizona. The Skyride operates Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10 AM to 4 PM through mid-October. Our Skyride shuttles you to an elevation of 11,500 feet for panoramic views atop this extinct volcano. From this elevation, you can see over 70 miles of world-class scenery — including the Grand Canyon and downtown Flagstaff.
http://www.arizonasnowbowl.com/summer/skyride.html
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Summit Divers and Waterports has been northern Arizona's dive center since 1994. We carry the largest selection of SCUBA gear and water accessories in the Northland. We teach SCUBA courses through SSI, PADI and NAUI. Whether you just want to be able to explore a new world or you want to become an instructor and help others to discover the underwater world, Summit Divers is the place to learn.
http://www.summitdivers.com/
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