Flagstaff Biking Organization. A not-for-profit group of local cyclists who advocate for bicycling as a means of transportation and recreation in the Flagstaff area. The organization sponsors Bike-to-Work Week each May, as well as numerous trail maintenance and construction days throughout the year. The best source for local news about bicycling.
Scalawags. Flagstaff's most-fun hiking/biking group organize an amazing variety of hikes and bike rides throughout the year. Also a great source of information on local issues of interest to pedestrians and bicyclists. No website, but you can get on the group's email list by contacting local hero Jack Welch.
Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association (NATRA). Flagstaff-based group promotes trail running in northern Arizona for people of all ages and abilities. Sponsor weekly runs at various trails every Saturday morning and a regular run at Buffalo Park on Monday evenings, as well as numerous events and races throughout the year.
Flagstaff Running. News and information from the local running scene.
Friends of Flagstaff's Future. Local advocacy/activist group, promotes alternate means of transportation walking and bicycling), open space, and expansion of the FUTS system, among other things.
National Weather Service, Flagstaff Office. Check Flagstaff's ever-changing weather before you go.
Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Bureau. All manner of information regarding local attractions, services, and events.
Trail Resource Access Coalition of Sedona (TRACS). A coalition of various trail users formed to promote non-motorized trail opportunities in the Sedona area in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. Organize trail construction and/or maintenance days at least two Saturdays every month.
Friends of the Forest Sedona. Volunteer group that helps the Forest Service manage its resources in the Sedona area through a variety of activities, including volunteer trail patrols, trail maintenance and construction, visitor information services at visitors centers, and interpretation and protection of cultural resources.
Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition. Not-for-profit organization and bike club committed to promoting bicycling and other forms of non-motorized transportation in Verde Valley communities (including Sedona).
Red Rock Country. Sponsored by the Coconino National Forest but specific to the Sedona area. Includes information on Gateway Visitor's Centers and Red Rock Pass program.
Sedona - Oak Creek Canyon Chamber of Commerce Tourism Bureau. Information for visitors to Sedona; attractions, activities, events, hotels, restaurants, shopping, culture.
Coconino National Forest. The official site for the National Forest that surrounds Flagstaff and Sedona. The website's Recreation page includes a description of campgrounds, trails, picnic areas, and other special facilities maintained by the National Forest.
Arizona Natural History Association. Not-for-profit interpretive association that works with National Forests and other public land management agencies in Northern Arizona to help interpret and understand the cultural and natural history of the Southwest and to develop an appreciation and respect for public lands.
Western National Parks Association. Nonprofit organization supports programs and projects not covered by government funding at 63 national parks and monuments in 11 western states, including Sunset Crater, Wupatki, and Walnut Canyon National Monuments.
Arizona Trail Association. The ATA is a volunteer organization dedicated to the planning, development, management, and promotion of the Arizona Trail, an 800-mile non-motorized trail that traverses Arizona from Mexico to Utah. A portion of the trail through Flagstaff is complete, and more is planned.
Coalition of Arizona Bicyclists. Nonprofit organization devoted to advancing bicycling as a sport and mode of transportation through cooperation with local and state government, by being active in government where it concerns bicycling.
Arizona Department of Transportation's Bicycle and Pedestrian Program. Website includes a wide variety of resources and information about biking and walking in Arizona, including places to bike and walk, how to integrate biking and walking into your commute, important laws and policies, safety issues, maps, and organizations.
Mountain Bike Association of Arizona. Promotes and advocates responsible recreational and competitive mountain biking.
Arizona Guide. The official site of the State of Arizona Office of Tourism.
Arizona State Parks. Official website of the Arizona state park system.
Leave No Trace. Not-for-profit organization which promotes responsible outdoor recreation and helps build awareness, ppreciation, and respect for wildlands.
International Mountain Biking Association. A non-profit educational association whose mission is to create, enhance and preserve trail opportunities for mountain bikers worldwide.
Hike Safe. A program developed by the White Mountains National Forest (New Hampshire) provides great information on how to plan and prepare for a day in the mountains, how to keepyour hike safe and enjoyable, and what to do in emergencies.
League of American Bicyclists. Pre-eminent national bicycle advocacy group.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center. Clearinghouse for information regarding bicycle and pedestrian issues, including health and safety, engineering, advocacy, education, enforcement and access and mobility.