A natural artesian well that produces over 1 million gallons a day. Ancient Indian cliff and cave dwellings.
This was the water source for the ancient Sinagua Indians. Very spectacular Senote and a close drive to Montezuma's Castle
This is one of my favorite places. The ancient natives called this spot the Womb. Read the info and check it out if you have time.
“A set of well-preserved dwellings located in Camp Verde, which were built and used by the Sinagua people, the historic inhabitants of the Verde Valley between approximately 1100 and 1425 AD. The main structure comprises five stories and about 45 to 60 rooms and was built over the course of three centuries.”
“A small easily accessed National Monument- ancient ruins from the 12th century Sinagua people.”
“Hiking to the top of Cathedral Rock is my favorite thing to do in Sedona. After reaching the top "end of trail" sign, you can walk to the left onto the cliff for great photos and the trail to the left leads to another crack with a stunning spire. The energy at this vortex is said to strengthen the feminine side...”
“Off-the-beaten path local favorite in the nearby town of Cornville, Arizona... ”