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The hike to Keet Seel is not for the faint of heart. Aside from the 9-mile trek (each way), the fact that you are responsible for packing in all of your water — in addition to your meals, supplies and sleeping arrangements for the night...More
We stayed there one night, beautiful campground! Nice visitors center and walking trails, lots of history and a really nice interpretive center. It is a must see place and best of all no cost. We can't wait to come visit again!!
I just took a short detour to Navajo National Monument. I was the only person there, as it was late in the day. Had I had more time and dark was not approaching, I would have loved to hiked the area. So very quiet and...More
One of the most pristine ancient ruins because it is not as easily accessible as other ruins. Only 20 people are allowed a day and the permit must be secured months in advance. And there is also the risk of flash flooding in river crossings....More
Response from Mary Ann O | Reviewed this property |
PS-The weight I cut wasn't water. There is no water out there-a gallon a person is probably an underestimate this time of year. And it is monsoon season - flash flooding is dangerous here. hike so keep checking.. You don't... More
PS-The weight I cut wasn't water. There is no water out there-a gallon a person is probably an underestimate this time of year. And it is monsoon season - flash flooding is dangerous here. hike so keep checking.. You don't expect humidity in AZ and the weather can go bad fast in AZ..
But having said that this is the most awesome sight and there are no caravans of tourists being dumped there. It's a very rare experience and was well worth it to me!!!