Introduction"Flag" (as it's called locally) is the largest population center north of Phoenix, home of Northern Arizona University and gateway for many of the state's northern travel attractions. At 6,970 ft/2,125 m, Flagstaff's climate is very different from that found in the desert commonly associated with Arizona. You may need a sweater even in the summer, and in winter it can be bitterly cold and snowy. Enough snow falls for skiing at the Arizona Snowbowl, and the sunset views from the Snowbowl are terrific any time of year.
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