Sacred Mountain… a short Hike into History.

Alice and I have spent the last couple of months enjoying Arizona’s Verde Valley area… a large river valley south of I-40/Flagstaff  that encompasses the cities of Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Jerome, Clarkdale, and Sedona, as well as the Verde River itself.   This area was also home to the Sinagua Indians during the years 500 AD thru 1425… whom Historians believe preceded today’s Hopi, Yavapai Apache, and Navaho tribes… The Sinagua left evidence of their habitation all over the Verde Valley…   hence this post of hiking pictures & narrative from our hike to the Sinagua Ruin Site of Sacred Mountain.

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