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The total driving distance from Phoenix, AZ to Flagstaff, AZ is 145 miles or 233 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Phoenix, Arizona. It ends in Flagstaff, Arizona.
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Phoenix is the largest city in Arizona and is the gateway to many scenic road trips and natural wonders in Arizona. One such natural wonder is in Sedona, about a 2-hour drive from Phoenix and less than an hour from Flagstaff.
You can get off the highway and take the alternative Red Rock Scenic Byway, SR179, designated as an All American Road by Federal Highway Administration through the amazing views of the red rocks with several lookout points. The scenic byway is under 8 miles.
For a bird's eye view of the area, take a helicopter or a biplane tour over the majestic red rocks. Hiking and biking trails are available for every skill. The Red Rock State Park 5-mile trail is popular with families. The Coconino National Forest trail will take you to one of the most scenic spots in Sedona. Hiking and biking trails are available for visitors of every skill level.
You will get a 360-degree view of Bell Rock if you hike on the mile long Bell Rock trail. The best time to do so is either during the morning or before the evening sunset.
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