Out of the box, Acrobat can export each PDF page's image content to an individual image file (2 page PDF => 2 TIF files).
I am also looking for feedback. Although having a PDF copy of a document is wonderful, long term and efficient archival for my workplace is tif or tiff.
Very frustrating that the PDF to tiff creates a separate tiff file for each page of the multi-page PDF document. Are there any options or work-arounds?
TIFF is quite frankly a terrible choice for archival documents - it's why PDF/A was created and is now the de-facto standard for public and private sector archival storage across the world. PDFs can be searched, reflowed, accessed by screen readers, indexed and repurposed. TIFFs are dumb images.
Unfortunately, this apparently can't be done with Acrobat alone - you'll need to look into a third-party product like PDF Creator or Ifranviewer, which can print to multi-page tif and assemble multiple tiffs into a multi-page tif respectively.
Dismissing the format doesn't answer the question.