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Elden Pueblo, Flagstaff

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Flagstaff's diverse assortment of hotels and motels provides all the amenities you need to relax after a long day adventuring. The city is home to a number of luxury bed and breakfasts complete with jetted tubs and fireplaces. Budget-friendly bed and breakfasts have fewer facilities and are often farther out of town, but boast plenty of charm and character. If you like the outdoors, take advantage of the city's mountain surroundings and pitch a tent at a campground in nearby Kaibab National Forest.
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  • There is plenty to see here as well as some great historical info. A short falt trail takes you through the site. you could easily do this in flip flops. The site contains the foundations of a small s...  more »
  • The self guided brochure is well done. It is a very accessible site so it should not be missed if you are interested in ruins. Great place.  more »
  • There isn't a whole lot left to see here but it is a nice walk and there are tons of pottery fragments everywhere.  more »
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  • 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.
  • There was a snake crawling around!
  • Short walk, neat artifacts.