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Elden Pueblo, Flagstaff

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  • the signs we had almost overlooked, wanted to represent the legs just us and were very pleasantly surprised - was not even to pay admission, for a giant parking lot, little rush and interesting information – is inexplicable, why not more people here were , have enjoyed it but to have the place virtually alone for us
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  • Elden Pueblo is an excellent set of rock building ruins in the city right on US-89. Watch for the small sign for the turnoff on your way to Sunset Crater. The rooms are all described in the excellent ...  more »
  • The Elden Pueblo is an interesting contrast to the sites in Wupatki National Monument to the north on 89, both in terms of materials used (local Elden Peak volcanic rocks as opposed to sandstone slabs...  more »
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  • Really neat. Self guided tour, but I think you have to pay for the map. I didn't see anyone that worked there & I was there on a Friday afternoon. We just walked around all the rooms & made up our own stories. Right next to road so the sound of traffic is pretty distracting but it's cool to think they used that road to travel too, before it was paved and taken over by automobile.
  • Perfect for a self tour, educational pamphlets are at the front of the trail. No bathrooms though but it's a short trail. It is an active archeological site. It is in an open area of Coconino National Forest so you might run across a few critters. Easy access from RT 66 on US 89. Loved reading and seeing Hopi history!
  • Well maintained Pueblo ruins by BLM. Accessed on Route 89A in Flagstaff. Open to public but no visitor center.
  • This site is on the eastern side of Flagstaff. Take an hour to stop and go through as it is an easy walking path. Its hard to believe that water was an issue in this area. Read the information to see how they farmed and survived. It looks like there is continuing archeology work being done here.
  • Nice place, but little information about the site.

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