Over MLK weekend, we went to Walnut Canyon National Monument in Northern Arizona. (This was part of the trip we made for my younger son’s birthday wish.) We even got an added bonus of showing up on a “fee free” day, so the hike didn’t cost us a dime. I love that price!
The fun thing about this national monument is that it was a hands-on experience. The hike was just under a mile and we actually got to walk through cliff dwellings that natives lived in hundreds of years ago. The kids kept calling dibs on different rooms, which is funny because I don’t think they realized there’s no TV or internet connection in any of them.
If you’re ever in Arizona, it is definitely worth a visit.
I pared down my bazillion (okay around 60 or so) pictures to give you a glimpse of the canyon. Even my narrowed down selection was too much for one post, so I’ll share more tomorrow. I hope you enjoy it 🙂
Thanks for visiting the Canyon with me. Have a beautiful Tuesday 🙂