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Puerco Pueblo we would rank as the third best trail to hike. It is easy, little undulation or elevation gain. This trail is entirely in the open, subject to full sun, so wear sunscreen, hat, good boots. The petroglyphs are the key to see. These...More
A must see. It was amazing to visit and imagine life back in history, so many years ago. The rangers are very informative and helpful, and will answer any questions you have. Be sure to hunt for the petroglyphs on the rocks nearby!
In just a 20 minute walk you can see some interesting ruins and some nice petroglyphs. Definitely worth the stop and a stretch of the legs. Hard to imagine a small village existing here as dry and barren as the landscape looked while we were...More
Though the Petrified Forest is millions of years old, evidence of more recent human residency can be found. This site has some recreated foundation of a village, an small enclosed room that has some displays explaining the human history of the area, and three spots...More
This was an interesting stop along the drive through the Petrified Forest National Park. A very short walk lets you see ruins of ancestral Puebloan homes. It's amazing to imagine that people actually lived here between 1250 and 1380 and if you close your eyes...More
This short, about 1/3 of a mile walk features ruins of Puebloan homes from the 12 and 1300's, as well as some interesting petroglyphs. It is a lovely chance to get out of the car and stretch those legs, while seeing some interesting history.
This walk was so worth it! The rest of my family did not complete the loop and boy were they sorry they didn't . I was so happy to get to see the petroglyphs a lot closer than Newspaper Rock. I got some great pictures...More