I have to admit this was my favorite part of our three week trip out west. Rick was our guide & he was amazing. We toured five cliff dwellings and got to look at several pictographs (including one with the creation story). It was fun hiking the trails to the cliff dwellings and we learned so much from Rick about the people who lived there. Because my kids are older (12 & 14) it's very hard to find activities that are exciting & challenging, yet safe enough for me to agree with. The best part, the kids were learning while having fun. This is a hands on activity with lots of opportunities to experience structures and artifacts from hundreds to a thousand years old. There are several wooden ladders to climb & can be a little frightening. The one to Eagles Nest was a little scary. It's an optional climb if you are afraid of heights. Because of the long drive to and from the canyon we chose to drive our own vehicle - that way the kids could keep themselves occupied. But, the drive is on a very rough road so keep that in mind if driving in a car.
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