Flagstaff skiing is a cool winter activity
enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. However, this year the snow is
slow to show. Think snow!
Snowbowl Ski Report
Many South of Flagstaff residents participate in
downhill skiing and cross country skiing at local facilities. The season also
attracts many visitors from all parts of Arizona, and from across the USA.
These healthful outdoor recreational facilities
provide a welcome economic boost to our community. We're lucky to have them
The Coconino National Forest is home to all
three of our Flagstaff skiing facilities. Each facility is operated by a
private concessionaire licensed by the Forest Service.
The Flagstaff skiing facility that is best known
is the Arizona Snowbowl. It is located on the San
Francisco Peaks, on the north side of town. This is where most Arizonans learn the
downhill sport, and where they continue to come, year after year.
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The Snowbowl is working to add snowmaking
equipment to ensure quality skiing and their facility's viability.
The Flagstaff Nordic Center is an excellent cross-country
skiing facility located
about sixteen miles north of town along Highway 180.
Wing Mountain is a cross country area located about nine
miles north of town.
This is a no fee (free) facility with limited improvements...
it does have a snow play and sledding area.
The Mormon Lake Ski Touring Center is another fun cross-country ski
facility. Located South of Flagstaff around the Mormon Lake countryside, the Mormon
Lake Lodge and other amenities are nearby.
Take Lake Mary Road south from town about twenty eight miles. Follow the
paved turnoff to Mormon Lake village.
If you're planning a visit and need a place to stay,
here's a link to Lodging.com's Flagstaff
skiing motel reservations service.
The Arizona Snowbowl
The Snowmaking Update Page
Cross Country Skiing Page
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