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(nr Cottonwood AZ) Tuzigoot National Monument features pueblo ruins of the Southern Sinagua natives. Actually, reconstructed as supposed from excavated finds. Built with stone construction, it had 87 rooms in two stories. Tuzigoot Pueblo Ruins Believed to have been inhabited between 1200 and 1400. It sets on a ridge overlooking a valley where fields for […]

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Badger Springs Trail

(nr Bumble Bee AZ) The Badger Springs Trail in the Agua Fría National Monument is an easy hike into a small canyon. It more or less follows a wash for about one mile and ends at the Agua Fría River. The wash is created by the spring, but I didn’t see it. Badger Spring Trail […]

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Gila Box Riparian

(nr Sanchez AZ) The Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area mostly follows the Gila River and can be accessed via the Black Hills Back Country Byway from either the east or the west. Other primitive roads require 4-wheel-drive. Gila Box Riparian – Gila River Besides the Gila River it also includes the San Francisco River, […]

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