Wupatki National Monument
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Extraordinary ancient ruins, very large in size. You can walk around and through much of the area. Very impressive.
39.7 miles away. Wupatki National Monument offers a glimpse into the past, where the ancestors of today’s Hopi, Zuni, and other Puebloan people built the Citadel and Wupatki pueblos in a cultural crossroads of sorts.
Great Park just outside of town. Worth a stop by if you are headed out Hwy 89.
30 minutes away - Ruins with a blowhole- bring your camera and the National Parks Pass
A great way to see Native American ruins and learn about the rich cultures.
A great drive through Sunset Crater NM lava flows and a sophisticated primitive native American stone pueblo with visitor center overlooking the Painted Desert. A great side trip to or from the East entrance from the Grand Canyon NP.
Visit the ancient Pueblos of Wupatki (tall house) National Monument. This picturesque monument was built around 500 AD and if you listen closely, you will hear the stories whispered in the wind.
Walk around ancient Native buildings surrounded by stunning sandstone mesas and high-desert scenery.
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“Only a 3/12 hr drive away but worth it!! Beautiful! Pictures never do it justice ”
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“Great place to go see the local beauty! Short little walk from parking to the overlook. The is called the chocolate falls by locals, because the water looks like chocolate water falls! ”
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“I hear this is best to view in the Spring when snow run off is at its peak. ”
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“A spectacular geologic feature just an hour east of Flagstaff. Top- notch museum for astronomy buffs.”
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“Requires a reservation far in advance and usually sells out in February when slots open. Only accessible by a 6 hour hike, if you do get a reservation slot, start hiking at 4-5 AM to avoid the intense heat. Do not go without a reservation, You will get fined heavily and forced to leave.”
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