Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
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A walk into outer space here on earth. Vast emptiness at sunset is an experience to remember. Drive paved road loop from sunset crater national park and visit ancient ruins.
Fascinating volcanic area (Active only 1300 year ago) 20 minutes away- bring National Parks Pass. Recommend Lenox Crater 1 mile, 1 hour hike.
Sunset Crater is a cinder cone located north of Flagstaff in the U.S. state of Arizona. The crater is within the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Sunset Crater is the youngest in a string of volcanoes that is related to the nearby San Francisco Peaks.
Sunset Crater is not to far from our tiny house. The monument and visitor center is open and you can hike the Lava Flow trail.
Plan time to enjoy the museum onsite discussing volcanos and the cinder cones of the Flagstaff vicinity. Take in a hike on sunset crater, the views of the river of lava and hikes about the lava field. Wearing closed toed shoes a must. Continue on to the Wapatki ruins to view ancient civilization…
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“Fun to explore the San Franscico Peaks just across the road from the guest suite. There are many hiking and mountain biking trails. And of course some pretty fun snow boarding and skiing in the winter.”
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“Very fun National Monument that let's you explore where the Native Americans lived in the cliffs of Walnut Canyon. ”
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“MNA focuses o the natural history & artifacts of Northern Az. They often showcase local artists.”
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“Flagstaff is part of the International Dark Sky Association. Stargazing here is amazing. Daytime and nighttime tours available. Quick drive from downtown Flagstaff!”
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