Courtyard Flagstaff

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2650 South Beulah Boulevard, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States
Courtyard Flagstaff
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Forum Posts

Flagstaff to Sedona

by CryssieJade

Hi there,

I'm a backpacker who will be staying at a hostel in Flagstaff, and would like to visit nearby Sedona on a day independant of the tour that the hostel runs.

How would I get from Flagstaff to Sedona by a public bus or train? A cab is NOT an option.

I am looking for the absolute cheapest way to get there.

Cheers in advance!

Re: Flagstaff to Sedona

by Onedragon

Greyhound bus would be the one traveling through that area ..but I don't know if they stop in Sedona coming from Flagstaff...Here is there link can call them and find out.Fare and schedule information
1-800-231-2222 Other than that it is about 28 miles to Sedona so maybe you could rent a Jeep??

Re: Flagstaff to Sedona

by bocmaxima

Greyhound doesn't stop in Sedona, unfortunately, and there's no train. There's not much public transit in Coconino County, nor the State of Arizona at that. You can probably hitch a ride on a tour. They're usually based out of Phoenix but come through Flagstaff, so I'm sure one of them would take your money, but it won't be cheap.
I've stayed at the Grand Canyon Hostel and the people were pretty nice. You should be able to find someone there with a car who is going to Sedona and may even be able to bring you back.

Re: Flagstaff to Sedona

by Kakapo2

Many backpackers in hostels have cars. So just ask around who would give you a ride, or perhaps has the same itinerary.

As your name looks like a girl's name I would not recommend to hitchhike. That is too dangerous anywhere in the world.

Re: Flagstaff to Sedona

by johannasofia

The Grand Canyon Hostel should have mini van tours over to Sedona. At least they did in 2006 when I was there. We were 8 people with a very cool guide. It was great. Man! Youre gonnq love Sedona, it'so incredible beautiful. Have fun! :-)
Ps. Flag also have some cool hiking spots, but you might need a car to get there too, like the Sunset crater or the Walnut Canyon.

Cheers Jo

Re: Flagstaff to Sedona

by johannasofia

Btw check if you can catch a ride with someone. Flagstaff/Community/Rideshare.

Travel Tips for Flagstaff

Experience the Natural Wonders...

by keeneye

Experience the Natural Wonders of the area. San Fransisco Peaks, Wupatki National Monument, Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater, Ice Caves, Schultz Pass, and an area secret, Lockett Meadow. Clean air, clean water, clean living, low crime rate, small town.

Fleece is Fine in the Summertime

by uaamom

Unlike other parts of Arizona, Flagstaff is at 7000' and gets summer "monsoons" during July and August afternoons that can really cool things off. A fleece jacket or a sweater is a good thing to have with you.

On your way from Phoenix to...

by Pierre_Rouss

On your way from Phoenix to Flagstaff, an easy place to miss because you are in a hurry to get to the Grand Canyon is Sedona. The small detour from the main highway is barely a detour and certainly not wasted.

The colors of the rocks are incredible; red, orange and yellow. The colors are even deeper at sunrise and sunset, it’s unbelievable. The site was used a lot in the old western movies.

A good bet would be to get a place in Sedona instead of Flagstaff for the evening from Phoenix, arrive early enough to drive around, enjoy the sunset and dinner in town, wake up early to glimpse at the sunrise, re’zoom’ your journey to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to get there not to late in the morning.

Hwy 89A-Red Rock Canyon Road

by BruceDunning

This is a wonderful highway for views and also to stop and enjoy the small shops, see cabins and campgrounds along the way and some unique art. These are some of those. The whole area is like going back into the 1950's, and nothing has changed. NO chain restaurants, or motels' just good folk liking you to stop by.
The major views start after the Oak Creek Vista-about 5 miles south of Flagstaff. then maneuver switchbacks to get into the valley and then wind around the highway for 20 miles all the way to Sedona. There are a few restaurants, and gas; but not much. Along the way are 5 campgrounds, the main purpose for coming to the canyon, and Slide Rock State Park. It was packed the day I tried to get in, and actually full. This was apple celebration day.

50s Style Diner on Route 66

by Basaic about Galaxy Diner

The Galaxy Diner is a 50s style diner with decor showing lots of pictures of 50s/60s TV and movie stars. It is also located on the Historic Route 66. I almost expected Tod Stiles (Martin Milner) and Buzz Murdock (George Maharis) from the TV show to walk in any minute. The waitresses dressed in 50s/60s style too. The menu was varied with items like the Hot Mama Meatloaf Dinner and Aunt Bea's Fried Chicken. A TV next to my table was showing Paper Moon. The menu also included things like ice cream sundaes and even a "Black Cow" (a scoop of vanila ice cream in root beer). I absolutely loved it. I had the Hot Mama Meatloaf Dinner. Portions were big and it was well prepared. Try it!


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