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Road trip Walnut Canyon National Monument
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Road trip Walnut Canyon National Monument

Road trip to Walnut Canyon National Monument Less than a 30 minute drive East on Hwy 89 from Flagstaff is the historic Walnut Canyon National Monument. This national monument is a breathtaking experience hiking down through the ruins and being up close to the dwellings, stunning landscape and wonderful guides and visitor center. It’s a worthwhile stop […]

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Scenic panoramic view Wupatki National Monument
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Road trip Wupatki National Monument

Road trip to the Wupatki National Monument One of the most significant Indian Pueblos located in Central Arizona is the Wupatki National Monument. This is an easy  road trip to visit the monument and other significant landmarks from Flagstaff which is a great base to visit so many other interesting attractions beautiful area of Central Arizona. A road […]

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Exploring the Montezuma Indian cliff dwellings from a distance
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Exploring the Montezuma Indian cliff dwellings & well

  Exploring the Montezuma Indian cliff dwellings & well I love combing a road trip to a scenic destination along with a visit to a historic or cultural attraction and the area around Highway 17 north of Phoenix is filled with early Indian civilization and pueblos or cave dwellings. Central and Southern Arizona shares a […]

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Road trip to Antelope Canyon in Arizona
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Road trip to Antelope Canyon in Arizona

Road trip to Antelope Canyon in Arizona One of the most famous landscapes to visit for photography in Arizona is Antelope Canyon located just outside the city of Page. If you plan on taking a road trip through the area, there is definitely a lot of wonderful parks, monuments and landscape to visit in the surrounding region, […]

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Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona Arizona
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Visiting Sedona landscapes and attractions

Visiting Sedona landscapes and attractions   Those red rocks of Sedona just completely overwhelm you when you see them for the first time, it almost takes your breath away with so many rocky outcrops, buttes and clusters of magnificent mountains. If you come into Sedona from any directions from Highway 17 or 89 north or south […]

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