The Diné (Navajo) and Pueblo ancestal homelands include sacred areas like Crow Canyyon and Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah Wilderness. There are opportunities to do both tours in one day. It will be a full day, but ideal for families who want to experience exclusive areas in a fun packed day. Have a date in mind? Email us at info@navajotoursusa.com.

Tour: Crow Canyon Dinétah (Highlights: Main Panel, Big Warrior Panel and more!)
Time: 5-hours
Walking total: 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles)
Terrain: flat, easy with occasional high steps
Meet-up location: Parking lot at Farmers Market, 401 W Broadway Ave, Bloomfield, NM 87413 https://navajotoursusa.com//goo.gl/maps/FuGQAtiMENWtCRmx8

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Tour: Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah Wilderness (Highlights: Valley of Dreams, Alien Throne, Giant Mushroom, Guardians, and more!)
Time: 5.5-hours
Walking total: 3 miles
Terrain: flat, easy with occasional high steps
Meet-up location: Sinclair gas station on US 550 between milepost 112/113 https://navajotoursusa.com//goo.gl/maps/5bordhS756BofTse8

Details
There are no restrooms, no water, no amenities in parking areas. You will be hiking at an elevation of 1,825 meters (5,990 feet) to 1,841 meters (6,041 feet). Dress in layers, stay hydrated. This region is the ancestral homeland of Navajo and Pueblo people from 500-1750 A.D. Rock art in Crow Canyon Archaeological District is evidence of our indigenous legacy. Today, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages Crow Canyon. This site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

What to bring
- water (1-2 liters)
- SPF 30+ sunscreen
- snacks (salty + sweet)
- your own lunch

Optional
- wide brim hat

Crow Canyon Dinétah
Crow Canyon Dinétah
Crow Canyon Dinétah
Crow Canyon Dinétah
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