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Wupatki National Monument
Anasazi & Sinagua Ruins
Flagstaff, Arizona
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March 16, 2010

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Wupatki National Monument was established by President Calvin Coolidge on December 9, 1924, to preserve the Citadel and Wupatki pueblos. Wupatki was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.

The Wupatki National Monument is home to several pueblos. The five best known pueblos are: Wupatki Pueblo, Citadel Pueblo, Lomaki Pueblo, Wukoki Pueblo, & Crack-in-the-Rock Pueblo.

Wupatki Pueblo:
The Wupatki Pueblo is the largest pueblo in the Monument. Wupatki Pueblo is known as the “Tall House” or “Long-Cut House” in the Hopi Language. It is easilly accessed via a trail directly behind the Wupatki National Monument Visitor Center, the Wupatki Pueblo was once the home to about 100 people. Thousands more lived within a day's walk of the pueblo and one of the pueblos most prominent features is the community room, a gathering place where early inhabitants undoubtedly met to discuss trade and local community affairs. The Wupatki Pueblo Trail is a ½ mile round trip hike that is rated easy to moderate to navigate. The trail is paved and accessible up to an outlook that looks down on the open areas of the pueblo, including the community room.

The 3-story tall pueblo or the “Tall House”, dominates the view. In the foreground is a large, circular, open-aired, community room. A smaller central pueblo lies in the background of the community room and remains largely unexcavated. To the extreme north end of the loop trail lies a ball court and blow hole.

A Google Earth Map search marks the Parking Area of the Wupatki Pueblo at about: 35o 31' 12.30" N 111o 22' 15.52" W. At about 4,906 feet elevation.

Citadel Pueblo:
Citadel Pueblo resembles a fortress at the top of a hill, the Citadel pueblo is located nine miles northwest of the Wupatki Visitor Center just off a paved road. Once housing 30 rooms, the ruins rise about the remains of ten other pueblo buildings scattered below the Citadel. Along the path to the pueblo are the ruins of Nalakihu, a Hopi word for "House Standing Outside the Village."

A Google Earth Map search marks the Parking Area of the Citadel Pueblo at about: 35o 33' 58.55" N 111o 28' 13.68" W. At about 5,419 feet elevation.

The Citadel Pueblo trail is an easy walk of less than 3/10-mile round-trip. It takes about 30-minutes for the round-trip. The trail is uneven with rocks in places.The 0.3 mile loop trail goes around two separate sets of ruins. The Citadel ruins are located prominently at the top of a small hill, whereas the Nalakihu ruins lie at the foot of the hill close to the roadside.

Lomaki Pueblo & Box Canyon Dwellings:
Lomaki is Hopi for "beautiful house" and when you stand among her stacked stone walls gazing up through her windows across the plains, you can feel how the Hopi people could conceive of such a fitting name. Lomaki Pueblo is about a half mile past the Citadel ruins northwest of the Visitor Center.

A Google Earth Map search marks the Parking Area of the Lomaki Pueblo at about: 35o 34' 34.62" N 111o 28' 09.33" W. At about 5,339 feet elevation.

The Lomaki Pueblo trail is an easy walk of less than 1/2-mile round-trip. It takes about 30-minutes for the round-trip. The trail is uneven with rocks in places. There are pit toilets and picnic tables, nearby.

Wukoki Pueblo:
Wukoki Pueblo - Perhaps the best preserved of all the pueblos, Wukoki still stands three stories tall and has pieces of wood beam remaining. Located 3 miles from the Visitor Center, Wukoki can be reached by driving a ¼ mile back toward Sunset Crater, then 2½ miles up a paved road.

A Google Earth Map search marks the Parking Area of the Wukoki Pueblo at about: 35o 31' 46.10" N 111o 19' 43.16" W. At about 4,622 feet elevation.

The Wukoki Pueblo trail is an easy walk of less than 1/2-mile round-trip. It takes about 30-minutes for the round-trip. The trail is uneven with rocks in places.

Crack-in-the-Rock Pueblo:
The more adventuresome will love Crack-in-the-Rock pueblo. The hike to the pueblo is a moderately difficult 14 mile round trip. It is a lottery only, ranger-guided, 2 day backpacking trip offered only twice a year, during the spring and summer months. Hikers will be rewarded with stunning views of the Little Colorado River in the distance, several smaller pueblos along the way and numerous petroglyphs carved into the stone walls at the base of Crack-in-the-Rock.

We have been asked not to reveal the location of the Crack-in-the-Rock pueblo trail.

Wupatki National Monument is a United States National Monument located about 30 miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona in the picturesque high desert region just west of the Little Colorado River and the Navajo Indian Reservation..

A Google Earth Map search marks the Parking Area of the Wupatki National Monument Visitor Center at about: 35o 31' 12.30" N 111o 22' 15.52" W. At about 4,906 feet elevation.

Wupatki National Monument, near Flagstaff, Arizona was proclaimed a national monument on December 9, 1924. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.

Wupatki National Monument is located upon the arid slopes of the Colorado Plateau just north of the Sunset Crater National Monument and the various cinder cone mountains within the Monument.

The archeological record indicates that these ruins are at the crossroads of the Anasazi containing elements of Sinaguan, Hohokam, Mogollon and Kayentan cultures. Most archeologists, however, consider Waputki a Sinaguan site.

Within the Wupatki National Monument, ancient washes have exposed many layers of the younger, red Moenkopi Sandstone -- an ideal building material -- as well as Kaibab Limestone and basalt. The uniform slabs of red Moenkopi sandstone were arranged in an orderly stacks and which were reinforced with clay-based mortar, by the ancient Anasazi & Sinagua People. Resulting in extremely well built pueblos.

The several pueblos were constructed on existing rock outcropings which had been isolated by erosion, providing beautiful views of the surrounding areas. The many-stored Wupatki ruin is a good example of this type of Moenkopi Sandstone construction.

Some other interesting geologic features lacated within the Wupatki National Monument include:

A blowhole located near the amphitheater which is a geologic opening in the Kaibab Limestone that inhales and exhales air moving through various interconnected underground cavities.

Fissures in the nearby western half of the monument; limestone called earth cracks.

And tiny volcanic cinder cone formations called Spatter Cones.

The Sinagua (seen-ah-gwa):

The Sinagua are the best known regional group that anthropologists refer to as the Western Anasazi. The Sinagua occupied an area between Flagstaff and Phoenix, Arizona, including the Verde Valley and significant portions of the Mogollon Rim country, between about 500 and about 1,425 AD. They led a simple life based on corn farming and subsistence hunting and gathering at the periphery of the three major Southwest cultures.

After volcanic activity improved soil conditions around 1,000 AD, the Sinagua began to thrive by assimilating various elements from the major cultural groups. From the Hohokam they acquired village life and the use of ball courts; from the Anasazi they adopted cliff dwellings and water conservation practices; from the Mogollon they adopted pottery styles.

By the late 1,450s, the same natural and social stresses that destroyed the other cultures of the region engulfed the Sinagua as well. By about 1,425, they had completely disappeared. But, their dwellings and religious shrines can be found all over Central Arizona. One is even located in a city park in the city of Phoenix!

The early Sinagua sites consist of pit houses. Their later structures more closely resembled the pueblo architecture found in other cultures throughout the southwestern United States.

The name Sinagua was given to this culture by archaeologist Harold Colton, founder of the Museum of Northern Arizona. Sinagua is derived from the Spanish words "sin" meaning "without" and "agua" meaning "water", referring to the name "Sierra Sin Agua" which was originally given by the Spanish explorers to the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff, Arizona.

Colton also distinguished between two different Sinagua cultures. The Northern Sinagua were clustered around the Flagstaff area, with Elden Pueblo, Walnut Canyon National Monument, Wupatki National Monument, being the best-known publicly-accessible sites. The Southern Sinagua were found throughout the Verde Valley of Central Arizona. Most notable sites open to the public being; Montezuma's Castle, Montezuma's Well, Tuzigoot National Monument, the Palatki Archaeological Site, and the V-Bar-V Petroglyph Site.

The last known recording of Sinagua occupations for any of the Sinagua sites are of those in Montezuma Castle National Monument in about 1,425 AD.

The reasons for the abandonment of their habitation sites are not yet known; but warfare, drought, and clashes with the newly-arrived Yavapai people are possible suggestions.

Several of the Hopi clans trace their roots to immigrants from the Sinagua culture. The Hopi clans believe their ancestors left the Verde Valley for religious reasons.

Wupatki National Monument & The Sinagua:

Archaeologists are fairly sure that the Sinagua of Wupatki National Monument were skilled farmers that planted, cultivated, and harvested; corn, beans, and squash that were staple agriculture products of these people. They also collected wild plants, and berries to add to their diet. In addition they hunted the local wild game.

It is also known that the distant tribes from other regions as far away as California and Mexico, would trek along the trading routes to trade with the Sinagua.

Evidence suggests that they traded for salt, pottery, cotton, seashells and some semi-precious stones in exchange for their agriculture and hunting goods.

Wupatki National Monument Visitor Center:
Write to:
Superintendent
Flagstaff Area National Monuments
6400 N. Hwy 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone
Headquarters, Flagstaff Area National Monuments
(928) 526-1157
Wupatki National Monument Visitor Center
(928) 679-2365
Fax
Headquarters, Flagstaff Area National Monuments
(928) 526-4259

The Monument is open every day of the year from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. But the Visitor Center Is Closed On Christmas Day.

Be prepared for variable and extreme weather conditions: snow in winter, hot sun in summer with afternoon thunderstorms from Mid June To Mid September. Especially during spring, strong gusty winds on the rim and/or in the canyon.

Pets are not allowed on the trails, in the backcountry, in buildings, or tied to objects in the area. They are welcome in the parking areas on a leash. Warning: Summer temperatures may be fatal to pets left in vehicles.

How To Get There:

From Phoenix. Take I-17 North. On I-17, Take exit 340A to merge onto I-40 E toward Albuquerque 5.6 miles. Then take exit 201 toward US-89 N/Page 0.3 mile. Then turn left at Country Club Dr 0.4 mile. Then take the ramp onto US-89 N 11.9 miles. Then turn right at Co Rd 395/Fire Rd 545 & continue to follow Co Rd 395 21.0 miles. Then turn left & you are at the Visitor Center. The trip is about 166 miles and takes about 3 hours 22 minutes from Phoenix.

From Flagstaff, take US 89 north for 12 miles (19km), turn right at sign for Sunset Crater Volcano - Wupatki National Monuments. The Visitor Center is 21 miles (34km) from this junction.

Directions To The Other Trails:

Wukoki Pueblo Trail: (aka “Big House”) Travel 0.4 miles east from the Visitor Center until you reach the signed paved road indicating Wukoki Pueblo and continue north about 2.5 miles until you reach the trail head at the ruins. Take the 0.3 mile loop trail around the ruins.

Wupatki Pueblo Trail: (aka “Tall House”) From Visitor’s Center, take 0.5 mile loop trail around the ruins. Loop trail features two pueblos plus a circular community room, ball court, and blowhole.

Citadel Pueblo Trail: Travel 9.5 miles west from the Visitor Center until you reach the ruins near the south side of the road. Take the 0.3 mile loop trail around two separate sets of ruins. Citadel ruins are located prominently at the top of a small hill, whereas Nalakihu ruins lie at the foot of the hill close to the roadside.

Box Canyon Dwellings & Lomaki Pueblo Trail: (aka “Beautiful House”) Travel 2 miles west from the Citadel ruins until you reach the signed paved road indicating Lomaki Pueblo. Travel 0.6 miles north until you reach the trail head at the ruins. Take the 0.4 mile loop trail around Lomaki ruins and the Box Canyon Dwellings located to the south.

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If you are planning to visit Wupatki National Monument & Wupatki Pueblo. And if you are coming from outside of Arizona, you could fly into Flagstaff, Arizona and then rent a car.

You also could fly into the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and drive the 144 miles to Flagstaff.

Take the I-17 north to Flagstaff. I-17 will end and turn into Milton Road, leading you into Flagstaff. A trip of 144 miles (232 km) - 2 hours.

There is a Sky Harbor - Flagstaff flight that can be arranged.

There is also a Sky Harbor - Flagstaff shuttle.

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Wupatki National Monument
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Pottery
Wupatki National Monument
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Pottery & Artifacts
Wupatki National Monument
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Pottery & Artifacts
Wupatki National Monument
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Pottery & Artifacts
Wupatki National Monument
& Wupatki Pueblo
800 Year Old Corn & Beans
Wupatki National Monument
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Wupatki National Monument
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10,000 Year Old Clovis Points
Wupatki National Monument
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Wupatki National Monument & Wupatki Pueblo, Anasazi & Sinagua Ruins, Flagstaff, Arizona. Hikes, Travels, & Tours. Photos, Pictures, Images, & Reviews.Wupatki National Monument & Wupatki Pueblo, Anasazi & Sinagua Ruins, Flagstaff, Arizona. Hikes, Travels, & Tours. Photos, Pictures, Images, & Reviews.
Other Ruins Near Wupatki Pueblo
Wupatki Trail Overlook
- Northeast Side
Wupatki National Monument
& Wupatki Pueblo
Other Ruins Near Wupatki Pueblo
Wupatki Trail Overlook
- Northeast Side
Wupatki National Monument
& Wupatki Pueblo
Wupatki National Monument & Wupatki Pueblo, Anasazi & Sinagua Ruins, Flagstaff, Arizona. Hikes, Travels, & Tours. Photos, Pictures, Images, & Reviews.Wupatki National Monument & Wupatki Pueblo, Anasazi & Sinagua Ruins, Flagstaff, Arizona. Hikes, Travels, & Tours. Photos, Pictures, Images, & Reviews.
Other Ruins Near Wukoki Pueblo
1/2 Way On Wukoki Road
- South Side
Wupatki National Monument
& Wupatki Pueblo
Other Ruins Near Wukoki Pueblo
1/2 Way On Wukoki Road
- South Side
Wupatki National Monument
& Wupatki Pueblo



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