Arizona Nordic Village in the Winter

  

Make your way to Arizona Nordic Village during the most magical time of the year, winter! With over 40 kilometers of trails specifically groomed for cross-country skiing and separate trails packed for snowshoeing and fat tire biking, you are sure to have an unforgettable experience. To add to your experience book an overnight stay in one of our cabins or yurts and ski yourself and your gear out with you! Front country yurts are located 100 feet from the parking lot, back country cabins and yurts range from 0.5 miles to 3 miles from the parking lot. Vehicles are prohibited on the trail systems. The winter season at Arizona Nordic Village usually begins mid-December and ends in March each year.

Visit the Arizona Nordic Village website for detailed information, lodging reservations, and event bookings. See Winter Recreation Map and Information for more about winter sports and snowplay in the Flagstaff area.

See Arizona Nordic Village in the Summer for information about hiking, group events, and other summertime activities.

 

 

 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Snow Report: For a current conditions report see Trails and Conditions Report.
Operational Hours: See Arizona Nordic Village for hours and details.
Reservations: See Arizona Nordic Village for reservation information
Open Season: Mid-December (if there's snow)
Usage: Medium-Heavy
Restrictions:
  • No motor vehicles including snowmobiles
  • Seasonal Motorized Vehicle Closure (Forest Order 04-00-146, 36 CFR Section 261.50 (a) and/or (b)) surrounding the Arizona Nordic Village will be enforced when enough snow arrives for ski area operations. Roads affected by this closure include Forest Road 151E.
Closest Towns: Flagstaff, Arizona
Water: Drinking water
Restroom: Yes
Operated By: Arizona Nordic Village 928-220-0550. Flagstaff District 928-526-0866

General Information

General Notes:

Attractions: Cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, ski lessons, yurt and cabin camping, wildlife watching, and fantastic views!

Facilities: Groomed trails, day lodge, rest rooms, refreshments, rentals, ski school, pro shop, youth ski league, yurts and cabins

Road Conditions: Roads are paved and generally plowed, but they can be hazardous due to winter conditions. Travel time is usually around 30 minutes.

 

For more information and reservations, see: Arizona Nordic Village


Directions:

Location: 16 miles north of Flagstaff on paved and plowed roads. Elevation is 8,000 feet.

GPS (Map): 35°22'00.9"N 111°47'24.4"W

Access: Drive 16 miles north from Flagstaff on US 180 and look for the Arizonan Nordic Village signs at mile marker 232.

 

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Arizona Nordic Village Map

 

Map of wintertime recreation sites around Flagstaff, Arizona See our Winter Recreation page for a recreation map, backcountry permit information, and more info!

 

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

 


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Location

 
  Latitude : 
35.366813

  Longitude : 
-111.791360

  Elevation : 
8025

 

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