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Ancient Spirits of the Canyon from Sedona
"This is a truly comprehensive experience of the amazingly varied landscape and fascinating ancient history of Northern Arizona. This tour fully narrated by your fun and knowledgeable guide begins at your hotel in Sedona and climbs through scenic Oak Creek Canyon from 4500 feet above sea level to 7200 feet onto the Colorado Plateau where you will have stunning views of Arizona´s largest mountain the San Francisco Peaks - a 12
From $140.00
 
Ancient Spirits of the Canyon from Flagstaff
"This is a truly comprehensive experience of the amazingly varied landscape and fascinating ancient history of Northern Arizona. This tour fully narrated by your fun and knowledgeable guide begins at your hotel in Flagstaff and climbs through scenic Oak Creek Canyon from 4500 feet above sea level to 7200 feet onto the Colorado Plateau where you will have stunning views of Arizona´s largest mountain the San Francisco Peaks - a 12
From $140.00
 
Private Grand Canyon Complete Tour with Ancient ruins and lava field
"Our most diverse Grand Canyon tour the ""Complete blends remarkable ruins dramatic lava fields majestic volcanoes and the magnificent Grand Canyon into an experience that you will never forget. In the morning you will visit Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. You will get to take a leisurely stroll through the Lave flow field with the opportu which was one of the biggest trade centers of this area. Walk into the Kiva (ceremonial room) and the ball court. Learn about the way of life of the Sinagua Indians and the modern tribes of Arizona that still live here. After lunch at the Cameron trading get amazing views from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Visit the Desert View Watchtower
From $741.00

Most Viewed Sports & Outdoors in Sunset Crater National Monument

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Lava Flow Trail

The Lava Flow Trail is a one mile loop hike that travels along the bottom of the lava flow and to the base of Sunset Crater volcano. The is no hiking permitted to the top of Sunset Crater. Still this...
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Lava Flow Trail

The Lava Flow Trail is a 1 mile interpretive loop with 20 stations. There is also a .3 mile paved loop that is wheelchair accessible. The trails are well marked. Good walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen,...
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Lenox Crater Trail

The trail up to the top of Lenox Crater is only 1/2 mile long but is very steep. Some of the footing is unsteady too, so be very careful especially on the way down. Good walking shoes, a hat,...
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Sunset Crater Visitor Center

This is another well done visitor center by the park service. The rangers are very friendly and helpful. There is a small gift area and excellent displays and information on the volcano and how it...
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Lava Flow Trail Paved Path

This is really a cement paved path that takes visitors on a short 1/4 mile loop out to the lava flow. There are excellent views of Sunset Crater and it is clear to see how the lava flowed and where it...
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Basaic

"Basaic Sunset Crater Page"
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Yaqui

"Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument"
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BruceDunning

"Lava Flowed Freely Once"
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zrim

"Cinder Cones Galore"
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Pavlik_NL

"Flagstaff, wintersport in the desert"
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