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Things to do in Chinle

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#1 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Canyons; National Parks; Monuments/ Statues; Ancient Ruins; Caverns/ Caves; Geologic Formations; Historic Sites

The beautiful red rock canyons can be viewed from numerous overlooks along two rim drives.  The North Rim features 3 overlooks and the South Rim features 7 overlooks including one... more »

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#2 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Hiking Trails
A self-guided 2.5-mile hiking trail in Canyon de Chelly.
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#3 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Scenic Drives
A scenic and dramatic 36-mile drive along the 500-foot rim of Canyon de Chelly.
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#4 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Ancient Ruins
Site where the Anastazis lived in Canyon de Chelly 700 to 800 years ago before they vanished.
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#5 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Canyons
This "Canyon of the Dead" is where the remains of prehistoric Indian burials were discovered in 1882.
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#6 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Scenic Drives; Canyons
A scenic drive through the Canyon de Chelly.
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#7 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Geologic Formations
A dramatic 800-foot monolith that was formed more than 230 million years ago.
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#8 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Ancient Ruins
Anastazi ruins located in Canyon de Chelly.
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#9 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Scenic Drives
Scenic stop along the South Rim Drive in Canyon de Chelly.
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#10 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Ancient Ruins
Two adjacent caves hold the largest Indian ruin complex at Canyon de Chelly with over 90 rooms.
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#11 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Ancient Ruins
Site where the Anastazis lived before they vanished.
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#12 of 13 in Chinle
Category: Bodies of Water
Lake in Canyon de Chelly that is a popular spot for fishing and camping.
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Category: Museums
Museum located on the grounds of Navajo Community College.
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