Elden Pueblo Archaeological Site, AZ

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Elden Pueblo Archaeological Site

Elden Pueblo is the site of an ancient Sinagua (Sin ah’ wa) village, inhabited from about A.D. 1070 to 1275. The site is unique for a variety of reasons. Most importantly, it makes archaeology and...[more]



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Location: Elden Pueblo is located one mile north of the Flagstaff Mall on the west side of U.S. Highway 89 North, just south of its junction with Townsend-Winona Road. A sign for “Elden Pueblo Ruins” leads into the parking lot.

GPS (Map): 35°14'38.4"N 111°33'59.4"W

Access: A 250 yd (0.2mi.) long ADA accessible dirt path leads from the parking lot to and around the ruins.


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Elden Pueblo Map

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