Flagstaff Specialty Attractions
Center for High Altitude Training in Flagstaff is operated by the Northern Arizona University. It is designed to assist elite athletes to train for competitions, many even for the Olympics. Flagstaff sets more than 7,000 ft (2,100 m) above sea level, making it ideal for a variety of training programs. Established in 1994, the center has welcomes more than 4,500 athletes from around the world.
At 7,150' above sea level, The Arboretum's 200 acres and 2,000 species allow visitors to experience the diversity of plant life common to alpine tundra, confierous forest and high desert. There's a visitor center, gift shop, display gardens, nature trail and much more. Tours at 11 and 1. Open daily 9-5 except winter.