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San Francisco Peaks Tours

San Francisco Peaks
A collection of once violent volcanoes dots the rugged high desert north of Flagstaff. Collectively called the San Francisco Peaks, or just ‘The Peaks’ by locals, today they sit dormant, offering a wilderness playground for adventurous visitors keen to hike, climb, bike or ski. The tallest is Humphrey’s Peak towering 12,633 feet, where hearty hikers can tackle a nine-mile, round-trip hike to its top. For wildlife spotting, lower elevation trails like Little Bear Trail wind through ponderosa pine, oak, and aspen forests, and the Lava River Cave offers great views and an exciting walk through a lava tube. The 44-mile Peaks Loop road is perfect for car-based sightseeing, while winter visitors can hit the slopes at Wing Mountain or the Snowbowl Ski Area.

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The San Francisco Peaks can be found just north of Flagstaff on U.S. 180. It’s a 24-mile drive to reach Humphreys Peak, and about 12 miles east from there sits the Sunset Crater National Monument.
Address: Flagstaff, Arizona, USA 86001, USA
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Dark Skies Astrophotography Tour

Dark Skies Astrophotography Tour

As the worlds first official "international dark sky city", Flagstaff offers us some of the darkest, cleanest, and brightest night skies to use as our canvas. Come out and learn how to capture stunning images of the night sky while learning other techniques for lighting during long exposure photography. In addition to capturing remarkable images of the night sky, we will also learn about some of the challenges that modern day conservation efforts face due to the loss of natural dark skies and the encroachment of artificial light.
  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size

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