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A small mountain town in northern Arizona, Flagstaff is in the county of Coconino. It was named after a flagpole made of ponderosa pine by a scouting party from Boston (aka the Second Boston Party) to celebrate the United States Centennial in 1876. The town sits along the western side of the largest Ponderosa pine forest in the United States on the edge of the Colorado Plateau. Only 10 miles from Flagstaff you will find the highest point in Arizona, Humphreys Peak, in Kachina Peaks Wilderness. This is a tourist town due to its proximity to the Grand Canyon National Park, Oak Creek Canyon, Meteor Crater, the Arizona Snowbowl and the historical Route 66.
Due to its proximity to the Ponderosa pine forest, the sweet smell of vanilla shrouds the city during the summer months. So much so, that you wish you could take home some bottled air. This is the town that developed a code to reduce light pollution so the stargazers would not be hampered, as the heavens at night are one very starry sight. If you want to take a bit of American road history memories home with you then stroll down the longest intact stretch of America's mother road, Route 66, as it is Flagstaff's main drag. Numerous microbreweries are popping up around the town and there is even an "Alpine Pedaler" to help you get around to them all in a bar hopping lush, without the hassles of self-negotiating. For those into a bit of fitness, there are over 50 miles of unpaved trails to walk, jog or bike whilst the brave few can take to the mountains hiking or climbing. Drag out the hilarious poofy-ball hat and play a game of disc golf or play around on the elevated obstacle course at The Treetops.
The alternative adventure is to go on the hunt for Bigfoot, supposedly living in the area.
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