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Hiking Walnut Canyon National Monument

Home to an extensive and well-preserved series of cliff dwellings, Walnut Canyon National Monument is an accessible and fascinating stop for travelers in the Flagstaff region. The Sinagua people arrived in the region around Flagstaff sometime around the year 600 CE, but they didn’t move into Walnut Canyon until 1100, after Sunset Crater was created after…
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