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These peaks are like a guide post for anyone traveling to or from Flagstaff. You can see them from parts of the grand canyon and all the way down from Page and Utah. They were still snow covered when we visited in May.
Everyone can see the San Francisco Peaks from the highway as they approach Flagstaff, but this twin "mountains" (they are actually inactive volcanos) are a hiking spot, where you get to view miles and miles away, as it stands from 9,000 to 12,633 feet above...More
These things are huge, but also striking. As we toured around we kept being on one side of them or another and they became the visual way we knew how far we had to go, as we ventured off somewhere and back. There is a...More
I hiked to the top of Humphrey's Peak back in 2007. Now, I just appreciate these mountains from below. They are the highest elevations in Arizona, but are also waterless, as there are no streams or rivers coming from this unusual mountain range.
A very beautiful spot to visit if you like to hike and enjoy beautiful views. SF Peaks stands out majestically from afar and you can't miss it from the valley below. Parking was easy and the local people were very friendly. A great adventure was...More
SFO is quite impressive with beautiful view, sustainable development, impressive infrastructur, remarkable public transport. Golden bridge, lombart stree, twin peaks, fisherman warf are must visit places
Not sure if you are asking about the time of day or the time of year, so I'll answer both. Time of day would be early to mid morning, or later in the afternoon. Keep in mind that you are at 7,000 elevation, so unless you... More
Not sure if you are asking about the time of day or the time of year, so I'll answer both. Time of day would be early to mid morning, or later in the afternoon. Keep in mind that you are at 7,000 elevation, so unless you are used to the rarified air, you will find that it is more difficult to climb or hike than at lower altitudes. As for the time of year, that would be solely up to your likes and desires, one thing to keep in mind, when my husband and son went up the Peaks at the Snow Bowl on their gondola/ski lifts in July, they were caught in an ice and snow storm of monumental proportions.
Regardless of when you choose, it is a magical and mystical area with memories created with each step you take.