Palatki ruins believed to have been occupied from A.D. 1130 to 1280 A.D. are located northwest of Sedona and are accessible ... More
Palatki ruins believed to have been occupied from A.D. 1130 to 1280 A.D. are located northwest of Sedona and are accessible from West Highway 89A by taking Red Canyon Road North. One of Sedona's largest ruins, two trails lead to the alcoves and dual pueblos. There is a small fee associated with visiting this site. Two other ruins are nearby; Honanki, and Tuzigoot in Clarkdale . Call the Sedona Ranger District Station at the number above to check road conditions.
An excellent way to get a taste of the West. Not real far from the parking, and not a whole lot of trail-climbing to see what's there. The staff are friendly, helpful and sincere. And yes... please make reservations. It's a big help for the staff and you get the most out of the information they present.
This is a great place to visit, just outside Sedona. It is just a short walk to the ruins and the volunteers were 'outstanding', they were very informational and fun to talk to. I recommend you go and worth the time.
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