We love the puffy white clouds, blue skies, and lush greenery of summer. Before summer is over you can ride this chairlift at the Arizona Snowbowl. It has unreal views of the San Francisco Peaks, Sedona, and Flagstaff. Together with your friends, you will have a great time with the best views.
The scenic chairlift tour is located at the Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff. It is available daily from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. until Sept. 2, and doesn't require a reservation. After Sept. 2 the chairlift will only run Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through Oct. 20. Narcity has reached out to the Arizona Snowball and we've confirmed that the chairlift will reopen daily for Fall sometime in October.
You can get a weekday ticket for $19 per person, or a weekend one for $24 per person. It's possible that the weather might affect the chairlift ride, so plan accordingly. You can buy them here.
If you've always wanted to take pictures from a bird's point of view you can! The chairlift takes you up to 11,500 feet! Once you've reached the top of the mountain you can explore and admire the beautiful scenery.
When you're done with your chairlift tour you can also go tubing down the mountain, or show off your skills on the bungee trampoline. There are so many options!
If you're just amazed by the beauty of the mountain you can go on a hiking adventure. During fall the leaves become a beautiful bright yellow. Due to the summer heat, hiking is not allowed from the top of the chairlift.
There's even an option of having a picnic on the peaks. The options range from $19.95 to $99.95. You can make a relaxing day trip here with a scenic chairlift ride or picnic date.
Arizona Snow Bowl Chair Lift Tour
Price: $19 per person Mon. - Fri. or $24 on the weekends
Location: 9300 North Snowbowl Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Why you should go: Before summer ends, you and your friends can take a chairlift up and down the San Francisco peaks. This ride has beautiful views of the mountains.
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