Travel To Arizona
Travel to Arizona is easy, both by airlines and by car.
Travel by airlines: Both Phoenix and Tucson have international
airports served by the major airlines.
The Flagstaff airport is served by America West Express, but most fly-in
visitors fly to Phoenix and rent a car, or take a shuttle to Flagstaff or
The Sedona airport serves general aviation, including local helicopter and
airplane tour companies..
Travel by car: The interstate highway system will get you here effortlessly
Travel by way of Interstate 40: This highway traverses the northern part
of the state between New Mexico and
Travel by Interstate 10: I-10 traverses the southern part of the state, also
between New Mexico and
Interstate 17 connects these two major east - west highways. Interstate 17
connects with Interstate 10 in Phoenix, and with Interstate 40 in Flagstaff.
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Travel to South of Flagstaff, Arizona, from your location is also simple.
The South of
Flagstaff communities are immediately south of Interstate 40 in the center of northern
Arizona's high country.
Interstate17 runs through the heart of South of Flagstaff. This is a beautiful area in the shadow of the San Francisco Peaks. Pine forests and open mountain meadows add to the beauty and tranquility of the area.
Keep an eye out for elk, deer, turkey, and other wildlife as you drive and hike through the tall, green forest. Or... they might come down to the meadows to see you!
These seven bull elk spent several weeks in the big meadow at Kachina Village last summer, within easy view from
Wildlife is a common sight all around the area. By the way, the trout fishing is pretty good too.
Travel accommodations (through
Lodging.com) are readily available and the food is good. The lakes and forest are beautiful and restful.
South of Flagstaff area is located in the midst of
many interesting places to visit. Day trips to most of
the state's popular locations are convenient.
and even Four Corners
Grand Canyon and Sedona are world
famous, so I don't need to tell you about them here,
have you visited some of the other scenic locations... like Monument
Monument Valley is on the
Navajo Reservation, north of Flagstaff. You've seen it in hundreds of Western
movies. It helped make John Wayne a star.
landscape is awe inspiring.
Four Corners is north - east
of Flagstaff, beyond the turn off to Monument Valley. This is the only place
where four states come together. It's also the place where you will see adults
having their photograph taken while they pose on their hands and knees, one in
each of the four states.
The Painted Desert and Petrified
Forest are east of Flagstaff, along Interstate 40. Here you'll see sand of many
pastel colors layered one upon another. You'll also see ancient trees turned to
stone (no, they're not still standing).
If you like staying at a luxury
resort then Sedona's resorts are for you. Click on the link near the end of this
page and check out
the Sedona resorts page.
Actually Sedona has a lot to offer
visitors in addition to luxury resorts, including many good moderately priced
motels, hotels, bed and breakfasts, and restaurants.
Travel to Arizona is easy and convenient. Come to see us soon.
Searching the Google database using the keyword phrase northern arizona + travel
will give you many valuable listings and ads.
Here is the link to the Sedona section.
Here's a link to the Maps
adds safety and convenience to your trip.
Travel Page If you're traveling to the South of Flagstaff Arizona area by highway, there are some minor precautions you should heed.
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