Getting Here


Driving: Interstates 40 and 17 are major crossroads for Flagstaff, providing easy entry from the south, east and west. Highway 89 links northern states, and Highway 180 connects Flagstaff and Grand Canyon National Park, 81 miles to the northwest.

Flying: Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is about six miles from downtown Flagstaff and has daily service to Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. The airport offers a daily cafe with a full bar, a notary service, Internet access and 400 free passenger parking spaces. Take Exit 337 off of Interstate 17. Turn east onto W. John W. Powell Blvd. Turn right at S. Pulliam Drive. 928 556-1234, ext. 10.

By Rail: Flagstaff’s historic downtown train station at 1 East Route 66 is fully operational with daily Amtrak arrivals and departures. It is also home to the Flagstaff Visitor Center, where you can obtain free information on local attractions, events, and accommodations. 800-872-7245.

Driving Distances and Times from Flagstaff, Arizona:

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El Paso, TX475 mi (about 8 hours 43 mins)
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