Flagstaff, Arizona

Hike the Wupatki Pueblo Trail

0.4 Miles Total - 85 ft gain - Loop Trail

Originally added by Jean-Claude Linossi

Easy walk through some very interesting and historic pueblo ruins. The exhibits are well-marked,

Start your hike from the visitor center and walk the path down to the different ruins. Take time to explore the ruins and admire the surrounding scenery. The path is rather uneven in certain places and require some caution.

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One of three monuments near Flagstaff.

Combine this with a trip to the other two close by monument while staying in Flagstaff.

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on.

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