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Harmony at
7,000 feet

The Mountain Campus and the Greater-Flagstaff area

are sure to inspire!

Take your instrument into the forest, desert, or slick rock wilderness for a one of a kind experience

between conference activities,

or give your reeds a break

and play tourist for the afternoon.

The Melody of Ponderosa

Northern Arizona is home to the largest un-broken stand of Ponderosa Pine in North America. Get out and enjoy these skyscrapers of the Colorado Plateau!


The Measure of
Dark Skies

Flagstaff is one of the nation's first Dark Sky Cities! We are home to Lowell Observatory - where both Pluto and the expanding universe were discovered - and Meteor Crater. On top of that, the Apollo Astronauts trained here before landing on the moon! Enjoy star gazing like you have never before in our little star-struck city! 

The Rhythm
of  Water Drops

Residents of the high desert know that water is life. Enjoy kayaking, paddle boarding, or just getting your feet wet during your stay.


The Sounds
of the City

Flagstaff's downtown and Southside neighborhoods are built to order for strolling, eating, shopping, and enjoying the beautiful Flagstaff summer! Into history? There are several museums close at hand! Looking for a movie? Want to throw an axe? How about bowling? Get a taste of Flagstaff with a short stroll or easy drive only minutes from you next reading session.


The Song of  The Canyon

The Grand Canyon is the attraction that needs no introduction. Take an afternoon and evening to travel back in time in one of the Seven Wonders of the World! A 90 minute drive through scenic Northern Arizona will get you to the park. Pick up food on the way out of town and put a dinner picnic with world-class views in your scrapbook. Or leave early and take a sunrise hike on the rim trail.​ Plan your excursion here.

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