Descend into the canyon and explore cliff dwellings abandoned by the ancient Anasazi. Explore 25 rooms with full access. View ... More
Walnut Canyon National Monument
Descend into the canyon and explore cliff dwellings abandoned by the ancient Anasazi. Explore 25 rooms with full access. View painted walls and smoke stained roofs from a people who vanished 700 years ago. During summer, park Rangers lead small groups on hikes to restricted-access areas to explore even more fascinating ruins. The hike out of the canyon can be pretty strenuous, so be prepared. Entrance fee is $3 per person (cash only); children 16 and under are admitted free. The canyon is located east of Flagstaff; Interstate-40 to exit 205, then south three miles.
Located north of Flagstaff near Wupatki National Monument, this volcano last erupted in 1065, scattering ash and black cinder for
miles around the area. Examine fascinating volcanic features such as squeeze ups and hornitos. Hike along one mile Lava ...
The Americas Best Value Inn Flagstaff Hotel is accessible from the Flagstaff Pulliam Field Airport. The local attractions include Arizona
Snowbowl, Walnut Canyon National Monument, and the Museum of Northern Arizona. Additional nearby points of interest include Lowell Observatory, ...
The Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona is situated on 500 magnificent pine covered acres at the base of the
San Francisco Peaks and surrounded by one of the worlds greatest scenic and recreation areas. The careful planning that ...