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The Canyon de Chelly north rim drive actually takes you along the Canyon del Muerto, and it is just as spectacular as the main canyon. There are some fantastic overlooks and fascinating places to be seen including the Mummy Cave and the Massacre Cave. Reading...More
We were in a FWD driven by Kevin of Twin Trails Scenic Tours. He easily managed the sandy trails through this beautiful canyon filled with present and past life. It was particularly stunning with the brilliant yellow of the cottonwood trees.
We were blown away by the number and quality of the ruins ("houses") in the cliffs, and the variety of the pictographs and petroglyphs in the canyon. Howard, our native guide (Speaking Rock Tours), was raised by his grandfather in the canyon in the "traditional"...More
It's a bit of a scramble to get to the view point, but well worth the effort to see remaining ruins showing habitation and fortification. Good visibility from the viewpoint, enhanced by a good camera. Offers a sense of early habitation the canyon.
We arrived at De Chelly National Park Visitor Centre at moda and we were suggestiva to go first to the South Rim. Afterwards we had time to drive also to the North Rim and to see the Canyon del Muerto. From one viewpoint we had...More
We had a wonderful guide, Francine, who knew all the history, having been born there and Native American, knew all of the confusing paths and roads and didn't get us lost, added humor to her tour, and was able to discuss some of the ongoing...More