Flagstaff Extreme#4 in Best Things To Do in Flagstaff
Flagstaff Extreme is an adventurous obstacle course in which participants ages 7 and older can test their limits on challenges like rope swings, scrambling walls and wobbly bridges, among dozens of other features, many of which are located at tree level. Each course starts out with a 30-minute safety and training session.
Travelers highly recommend spending a few hours on the challenging courses at Flagstaff Extreme, noting that they were especially impressed by the staff's attention to safety. Recent visitors also suggested bringing water bottles that can clip to a harness, as well as sturdy shoes and workout gloves to protect your hands.
Flagstaff Extreme is located about 5 miles south of the city center, near the airport. For those ages 16 and older, admission to the full course costs $52. There is also an accompanied full course, designed for those ages 12 to 15. Admission to the kids course – for those ages 7 to 11 – costs $27. Zip line course are also available and feature different admission prices. From May through September, the park is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Throughout the rest of year, the park is open select weekdays and weekends. Reservations are strongly recommended. Expect to spend 2 ½ to 3 ½ hours completing the adult course (this includes the training session). For more information, visit Flagstaff Extreme's website.
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#1 Historic Downtown and Railroad District
Built along the railroad track – and what would become Route 66 – the Historic Downtown and Railroad District is a pedestrian-friendly area filled with historic 1900s-era buildings that have been converted to shops, restaurants, galleries, breweries and other watering holes. The district also plays hosts to regular events like a farmers market, a monthly art walk, movie nights and more.
Recent visitors heartily recommended sauntering around Flagstaff's Historic Downtown and Railroad District, citing friendly locals, open-air music and countless places to eat, drink and shop. Others also enjoyed the historical signposts, buildings and railroad station. Still, some complained that the college students made the area a bit too lively at night.
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