Pete likes being part of the action—socializing, not necessarily cooking. So, after a few episodes of “Oops, this one got away from me” excuses, he earned the affectionate name “Cinders” by our friends and family. Fortunately the focus on “cinders” has moved away from Pete and to an area in northern Arizona. Psst we’re compensated…see our disclosures.
Top 3 Picks This Week!
The Cinder Hills Overlook and Sunset Crater National Monument near Flagstaff is a great place to visit and escape the heat of the Valley of the Sun in the summer. The walk is easy, views are interesting of lava flow and cinders and it’s a fun event for the entire family. Make sure to drive the loop to get the full experience of the fissure, volcanic eruptions and the Sunset Crater. There is a small entry fee so don’t forget your wallet.
Here are a couple of things you should expect to see and how to get there…
More on The Cinder Hills Overlook and Sunset Crater National Monument near Flagstaff…
Enjoy your next trip camping in Arizona!
If you want to go: From Phoenix, head north on I-17 to Flagstaff. Merge onto I-40 heading eastbound (toward Alburquerque). Watch for the signs. Head north on US-89 to the Sunset Crater National Monument: 6400 N US Highway 89.
What do you think?
What do you think? Leave me a comment…I’d love to hear from you!
I love sharing my recipes and tips for enjoying the great outdoors while camping, RV adventuring and relaxing in your own backyard. I’d love to hear what you think and if you’d like to share some of your secrets, I’d love to hear them too! Please leave a comment below and let’s chat.
If you need camping recipes and menu ideas, you can find them here at the Camping For Foodies Camping Recipes list.
Don’t miss a thing…sign up for Camping For Foodies email updates!
Your purchase of our products will help support World Vision ® Building a better world for children.