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11looking down into the grand canyon
As Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon’s summer transitions into autumn in mid-September, cooler temperatures and a drier forecast arrive, which creates ideal conditions to come and explore everything the area has to offer. Fall is simply a fantastic time to visit the Grand Canyon and Northern Arizona.
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11horseshoe bend at sunset
Horseshoe Bend is arguably one of the most photogenic places you can visit! This viewpoint puts you on top of a 1,000-foot cliff overlooking the mighty Colorado River. Its notoriety has made Page, Arizona a popular stop for tens of thousands of people every year.
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11heavy rain falling over the grand canyon
Despite the hot and arid desert, each year from early July to mid-September, high-pressure systems are pushed up from Southern Mexico. During this time, Flagstaff will get as much as half of its annual precipitation!
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11clouds casting interesting shadows over the grand canyon
make sure you are prepared for hot weather. Even in the spring and fall temperatures can get up to 70°-90° Fahrenheit. While this may not seem like extreme weather, when you account for elevation at Grand Canyon, higher temperatures can take new hikers unawares. The deeper into summer weather you go the hotter it gets....
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11heritage square in flagstaff, az
Flagstaff has many attractions including great food, outdoor activities, and various museums, even in the times of covid!
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11old black and white image of sheepherder and dog at camp
Early pioneers left their mark on caves, trees, and cliff walls for many years before it became illegal to claim a space with your name! Some of the early marking were made by a European sheepherding culture, the Basque.
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