The Peaks are a great place to hike. Lots of trails on either the west or east side. Skiing is fine when there is snow!!!
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Racing up on I-17, by on I-40, or on US 180 or 89 up to or back from the Grand Canyon, you may be mightily impressed by the profile of Arizona's highest peaks, but then think nothing more of it. That would be a mistake....More
especially if you just want to drive up the mountain when the seasons are passing through to see the trees changing colors. Or, if you have an off-roading vehicle and some serious courage there are some off the beat trails all around them that lead...More
On the way back from the grand canyon took the scenic route to flagstaff and had the drive of your life. Scenery is breath taking, you are away from the interstate and you can get out and breathe in the mountain air. If you have...More
Definitely take the chair lift to the top. Take a sweater as it will be 10 degrees colder or more on the top. It will be a 30 mon. ride up and 30 min. ride back.
all I did was hike, loved the trail and getting to the top. Parking was easy, the trail was easy to follow, didn't do anything else but hike.;
This is an impressive chain of inactive volcanos overlooking the City of Flagstaff. They are the starting point for the largest Ponderosa Pine forest in the world. Depending on the season there is cross country and downhill skiing and a great many hiking opportunities. Lowlanders...More
We spent a morning hiking the shoulder of Mt. Humphreys. Aspen forests run down to open pine woodlands, great view of the mountain and even some wildlife. Will definitely be back for more!
We stayed at the Twin Arrows Resort. THe Peaks were the landmark to find our way around. The sunset behind them was amazing! It's hard to believe that it was over 100 degrees and we were in the desert but could look up and see...More
Good view of this mountain from the surrounding areas. Had a snowcap on our June 2017 visit and provided excellent pictures during our visit.