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  • Elephant Rocks Golf Course
    Tucked in the shadows of the evergreen peaks of Bill Williams Mountain, Elephant Rocks Golf Course weaves through scenic terrain at an elevation of 6,000 feet or more. Elephant Rocks' alpine perch provides golfers a cooler destination than the desert or volcano-side courses typically associated with Arizona golf, but the temperate air is hardly the course's only draw. Rows of mature ponderosa pines pinch the fairways throughout the 6,695-yard, par 72 course, and water hazards come into play on seven holes, including two par-threes where tee shots must clear a pond in order to reach the green. The course draws its name from a series of large lava rocks that line the road into to the club that resemble elephants in color, size, and strident anti-mouse attitude. A driving range and practice green share Elephant Rocks' scenic grounds, letting golfers warm up before starting their rounds. After a day at the links, guests can unwind with a drink or a snack at the club house, which was originally built by railway workers in 1932 and features local stone, a natural rock fireplace, and original timber roof beams. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Length of 6,695 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 70.2 from the farthest tees Slope rating of 124 from the farthest tees Three tee options Scorecard
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    2200 Country Club Dr
    Williams, AZ US
  • Arizona Snowbowl
    One of the oldest continually operated ski areas in the U.S., Arizona Snowbowl brings winter sports to the desert. Situated in the San Francisco Mountains, the resort?s two lodges preside over 777 skiable acres spread across 40 challenging runs. Whether they?re taking their first lessons or heading out for another day on the slopes, guests can expect fresh, manicured snow tended to by the park?s seasoned crew. In addition to downhill runs, skiers and snowboarders can also hit the Sunset Terrain Park for slopestyle obstacles including spines, rails, and boxes. After a day of outdoor activities, adventurers can sip cocktails, scoop up green-chili chicken stew, and munch sandwiches at the Agassiz Lodge?featuring live music on the weekends?located at the base of the scenic chairlift where guests can also shop for souvenirs and clothing.
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    9300 N Snowbowl Rd.
    Flagstaff, AZ US
  • Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course
    A shorter and equally appropriate name for Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course would be Endor. Spread throughout the ponderosa pines of Fort Tuthill County Park, the course?s rope swings, wobbly bridges, scrambling walls, and hanging nets resemble the Ewoks? home planet in the final Star Wars film. Visitors navigate these sylvan challenges?part of five elevated obstacle courses?while strapped into safety harnesses, which also help them dart through the forest via arboreal ziplines. Ground patrols and course guides add another layer of reassurance, as do the courses themselves, color-coded to signal their difficulty level. The black course, for example, is the hardest, while the yellow one is for children only, due to its simplicity and its free entry policy for invisible friends.
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    Palmer Trl
    Flagstaff, AZ US
  • AZ Pedal Tours
    Climbing onto one of AZ Pedal Tours' urban cruisers?or tandems, or with a little one on the back in a trailer or co-pilot seat?locals and tourists alike can enjoy Flagstaff on two wheels, rather than in gas-hungry cars or power-hungry horses. With four types of tours to choose from, any cyclist can find the perfect ride, from the family-friendly historic tour to the adults-only beer tour. During the latter, guides spend 20 minutes showing visitors Flagstaff's area breweries, then set them free with two hours of bike rentals, allowing bikers to hit up their beer-maker of choice.
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    106 W Aspen Ave.
    Flagstaff, AZ US
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