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Walnut Canyon National Monument

Von 67 Einheimischen empfohlen
Standort
3 Walnut Canyon Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Telefonnummer+1 928-526-3367
Websitenps.gov
ÖffnungszeitenGeöffnet · Schließt um 5:00 PM

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John & Cheryl
John & Cheryl
August 20, 2019
Walnut Canyon National Monument, only 10 miles (16km) east from Flagstaff along I-40, contains about 25 cliff-dwelling rooms constructed by the Sinagua people in the 13th century along a 1 ½ mile (2400m) loop trail. (Warning: there is a stairway of some 240 steps to get into and out of the canyon;…
D&L
D&L
July 22, 2019
Just 10 miles away; this national monument contains ancient cliff dwellings. Wonderful photo opportunities and not a bad hike either. Wear good shoes. NOTE: There are some 250 steps each direction on this adventure.
Lindsey
Lindsey
July 06, 2019
The dramatic location of the buildings and their good state of preservation makes Walnut Canyon perhaps the most interesting of the NPS historical sites in Arizona to explore and is within 15-20 minutes of the guest suite. Cliff dwellings of the Sinagua Indians, built in alcoves in the sandstone…
Erik & Tanya
Erik & Tanya
June 22, 2019
Walnut Canyon National Monument preserves some of the Southwest's earliest history. Located 10 miles Southeast of Flagstaff, these incredible ruins are shockingly intact and preserved by the park service for anyone to enjoy. The canyon surrounding them in 600 ft. deep and was created by Walnut…
Danielle And Doug
Danielle And Doug
April 02, 2019
The Island loop trail is breathtaking and you'll walk through cave dwellings from hundreds of years ago. It's free if you have an Annual National Park pass.