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Interesting Facts about Flagstaff


State: Arizona

Country: United States

Flagstaff by the Numbers:

Population: 52,894

Elevation: 7000 feet

Annual Rainfall: 23 inches

Annual Snowfall: 110 inches

Average Winter Temperature: 29 degrees F

Average Summer Temperature: 66 degrees F

Quick Facts:

Electricity: 110 volts, 60Hz, standard two pin plugs

Time Zone: GMT-7

Country Dialing Code: 1

Area Code: 928

Did You Know?

Edward Whipple, a saloon owner, first settled Flagstaff in 1871. Flagstaff is home to Northern Arizona University and the world famous Lowell Observatory where Pluto was discovered in 1930.


Flagstaff is located off the infamous US Route 66 and seated on the Colorado Plateau. A gateway to the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff is located about 100 miles away from the southern rim. From Flagstaff to Phoenix is a two-hour drive, so plan accordingly.

Things to See in Flagstaff

  1. Flagstaff airport
  2. Sedona
  3. Downtown Flagstaff
  4. Slide Rocks State Park
  5. Arizona SnoBowl
  6. Grand Canyon Village (South rim)
  7. Lowell Observatory

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