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I agree with others that stopping here is worth the visit. It's a free and quick self guided tour. It's great to view the ruins here and to then think of them in comparison to the several other National Monument ruin sights throughout the area....More
Elden Pueblo is an excellent set of rock building ruins in the city right on US-89. Watch for the small sign for the turnoff on your way to Sunset Crater. The rooms are all described in the excellent brochure - there is still active archeological...More
The Elden Pueblo is an interesting contrast to the sites in Wupatki National Monument to the north on 89, both in terms of materials used (local Elden Peak volcanic rocks as opposed to sandstone slabs) an locale (in a pine forest as opposed to exposed...More
There is plenty to see here as well as some great historical info.
A short falt trail takes you through the site. you could easily do this in flip flops.
The site contains the foundations of a small stone village.
It feels like you are...More
Just off a main road, small gravel parking lot, self-guided tour. Pick up a pamphlet at the beginning of the walking path. It is a relatively small area. Various rooms are described in the pamphlet. There is a grinding stone with indentations near the end...More