Just a short way out of Sedona and you get a glimpse of the native Americans who were here long before Sedona became a tourist mecca. As ancient Puebloan ruins go, these are modest, but well worth the half mile walk. The side trip to the ceremonial pool is informative not only because of the petroglyphs and graphs, but also... 更多
If you are interested in Native American history and have a couple of hours to spare, this tour is well worth the $$$. Oh, wait... it’s actually free. The fact that it’s free makes it a "must see”. The ride out to the ruins is a little rough, but if you take your time, any car can make it. The... 更多
We went here last time we were in Sedona, you can drive to it yourself but it is definately off road. The ruins and the cave paintings were interesting and if that is your thing then its a must see. For me it was old paintings on the cave wall which were interpreted by a local guide. Truth is it... 更多
The docent at the site is knowledgeable about the history of the area and the site which is quite well preserved. It is a much easier drive than Honanki and is free (but reservations are required).
This is a wonderful tour of the Sinaqua people's cliff dwellings and petroglyphs. The ride to the visitors center is on about a 7 mile dirt road--highly recommend a 4 wheel vehicle or SUV. Also, hike up to the ruins is only about 1/2 mile, but there a places that are a rather steep and moderately strenuous hike up. Well... 更多
I narrowed it down from four ruins down to Palatki and was not disappointed! The volunteers who teach you were so knowledgeable and took questions and allowed you some hands-on with artifacts. Drive 525 from a few miles west of Sedona. It's more dirt road than from Boynton Road but it's in a little better condition. A car can make... 更多
You need a reservation to see the site, so call a day or two ahead to reserve your spot. This is a lovely, less well-known site, so you might find just a few other people with you as the rangers talk about the ruins and petroglyphs. Well wroth the drive out, with a decent gravel road suitable for all vehicles.... 更多
You have to make a reservation and I would recommend going as early as possible. Its cooler and they are more likely to open up the extra trail, its not far and you get to see more rock paintings and a great views. this is not handicap accessible! there is 'stairs'/rocks you have to go up and a older women... 更多