Indian Ruins, Sedona

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  • Indian Ruins
    by Yaqui
  • Indian Ruins
    by Excentric

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    M. J. Black 2-27-25

    by Yaqui Written May 3, 2009

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    Favorite thing: Story goes the General Black Jack passed through here in pursuit of Poncho Villa. Bandits often used the ruins since it offered protect from the elements and found this a good hiding place. They mentioned that any graffiti older than 50 years is protected. Not sure if any of this is true, but it makes for good lore. Any of you history detectives find anything, please pass it on to me:)

    Palatki heritage site
    Open 10am to 6pm daily. Take Hwy 89A southwest of Sedona to Forest Road 525. Follow signs north for about 10 miles (unpaved) on Forest Road 525. High clearance vehicles recommended. Red Rock Pass required.

    Palatki Ruins

    Coconino National Forest
    1824 S. Thompson St.
    Flagstaff, AZ 86001

    Related to:
    • Historical Travel
    • Family Travel
    • Road Trip

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    The Indian Ruins of Tizigoot -...

    by Excentric Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Favorite thing: The Indian Ruins of Tizigoot - one of the palces inhabited by the Anasazi Indians, a tribe who's disappearence is still a mystery.

    Fondest memory: The sunsets over the majestic red rocks.

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