Magnificent, truly well maintained park where you can hike down 850 feet and be inside the natural stone pueblos. Excellent signage and good short orientation video at the visitor center. Well worth the $8 each entrance fee. Important tip: do the island loop COUNTER CLOCKWISE, everyone else will go clockwise and then you have to wait for every person to explore the pueblos, go the other direction and you will have more peace and quiet and importantly, you will hike back in the shade! Look all around you and you will see hundreds of cliff dwellings. We are truly grateful that our country preserves these wonderful historic places.
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