Winter Recreation

San Francisco Peaks dressed in snow

 

Flagstaff Winter Recreation Map Flipbook

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Courtesy: Flagstaff CVB

It's a well-known secret that it does indeed snow in Arizona. Elevations above the Mogollon Rim typically receive enough snow to support skiing, snowshoeing, and other snow play opportunites in the high country surrounding Flagstaff. The San Francisco Peaks, soaring to nearly 13,000 feet at Humphrey's Peak, is home to the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort.

 

Map of wintertime recreation sites around Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff Winter Recreation Hotline
1-844-256-SNOW (7669)
Courtesy of Flagstaff CVB

 

 

Winter Recreation Opportunities on the Coconino National Forest

Also, see the City of Flagstaff's Winter in Flagstaff [flagstaffarizona.org] page for more winter fun activities and destinations.

 

Warnings and Closures

  • Wing Mountain Snowplay Area is closed for the 2017-2018 winter season. The concessionaire has been granted its request to cancel their permit and close the site. For more details, read the Wing Mountain Snowplay Area closure news release.
  • Crowley Pit Snowplay Area is closed for the 2017-2018 winter season.
  • Winter Parking Restrictions Observe the "No Parking" signs. Parking along the shoulders on U.S. Highway 180 is prohibited. A minimum $200 fine will be imposed by law enforcement for violations of the winter snow season parking ordinance.
  • Cinch Hook Pit Closure: Cinch Hook Pit is closed to entry, including sledding and snowplay, year-round. Refer to Forest Order 04-16-01R: Cinch Hook Pit closure [PDF] for additional details. Violation of this order is a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by a $5,000 fine and/or six months in jail.

 

Kachina Peaks Wilderness

 

Winter Recreation Maps

 

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