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Navajo National Monument
Photo of Navajo National Monument courtesy NPS

Navajo National Monument preserves three of the most-intact cliff dwellings of the ancestral Puebloan people (Hisatsinom). The Navajo people who live here today call these ancient ones "Anasazi." The monument is high on the Shonto Plateau, overlooking the Tsegi Canyon system in the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona. The monument features a visitor center, two short self-guided mesa top trails, two small campgrounds, and picnic area. In the summer, rangers guide visitors on tours of the Keet Seel and Betatakin cliff dwellings. Tours are usually available during the spring and fall months as well.

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Facilities available at Navajo National Monument:

Navajo National Monument website
Recreation Area Map
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Phone numbers
Headquarters 928-672-2700

HC-71, Box 3
Tonalea, AZ 86044-9704