The laid-back, cultured and pine-studded college town of Flagstaff has plenty going for it and makes a terrific base for exploring northern Arizona. The largest city on Interstate 40 between L. Sadly, too many road-tripping visitors never get much beyond the exit ramp before continuing on with their journeys. Be sure to see the Museum of Northern Arizona, which contains an outstanding collection of Native American arts and crafts and natural history exhibits. Outdoors enthusiasts will find plenty to keep them busy. Reaching around the city on almost every side, Coconino National Forest contains the largest concentration of ponderosa pine trees in the world. There are many places within the forest where you can hike or mountain-bike. Just 15 miles northwest of town, the Arizona Snowbowl draws winter skiers to its 40 downhill runs and 2,foot vertical drop and offers a tram ride to an elevation of 11, feet during the warmer months.
It is the sister city to the popular gaming community of Laughlin, Nevada. More than 5 million people travel through Bullhead City annually. The Town of Cottonwood is surrounded by jagged mountains on the south and west, and to the north and east by mesas and buttes. At that time Old Town businesses supported residents and workers of many mines that operated in nearby communities. Located just minutes from Sedona, Jerome and Clarkdale, Old Town Cottonwood is ideally situated near the Verde River offering a variety of recreational activities that include camping, horseback riding and fishing. Historic Old Town on Main Street is home to a number of gay owned and friendly antique shops, fine restaurants, wine bars and art galleries.
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By Andrew Collins. As well as being a gateway to Grand Canyon National Park, the college town of Flagstaff, Arizona, has a vibrant gay nightlife. We've gathered information on the best places to hang out here and in nearby Williams. In Flagstaff , one place with an especially gay following is the bar at the historic Hotel Monte Vista N. San Francisco St.