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Walnut Canyon National Monument

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Walnut Canyon National Monument

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Walnut Canyon Rd #3, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
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Dorothy C wrote a review Feb 2021
Chardon, Ohio36 contributions2 helpful votes
Great vistas the island trail was closed due to ice but you can see the Cliff dwellings from the walk along the canyon.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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skylanegal wrote a review Feb 2021
Leander, Texas85 contributions10 helpful votes
While not the Grand Canyon, Walnut Canyon is still very pretty. We had our dogs with us, so we could only do the Rim Trail, but it was well maintained. The rangers were very friendly and helpful. I would like to go back and do some of the other trails when we are not traveling with our dogs.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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MarneyGtrRN wrote a review Jan 2021
Florida300 contributions25 helpful votes
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Easy to access, not far off the interstate yet another world. Definitely suggest the Island Trail. It’s a one mile loop, paved with 240 stairs. Easy to do so long as you can handle the stairs. Closest I’ve ever been to original Pueblo/cave dwellings. Some are right on the trail. Gorgeous scenery.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Kim S wrote a review Dec 2020
Wisconsin284 contributions93 helpful votes
We were sure what to expect other than to get a workout on the descending trail but we were pleasantly surprised at the views and the preserved history. Well worth the cost and time.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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marasis111 wrote a review Dec 2020
Colleyville, Texas65 contributions15 helpful votes
We spent about an hour here on a 1 hour zoom lunch break while my kids are remote schooling. Our family completed the Island Trail and our kids (8, 5 & 1) enjoyed seeing the cliff dwellings and being able to get so close to the ones that are open for exploration. We joked that the kids fit in a quick history, architecture, science and PE lesson with this stop! We also picked up a Junior Ranger book from the ranger who was set up outside of the visitor center! Very smart set up so visitors don’t have to go inside!! Definite recommend.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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