Rainbow Lodge

Address: 51 Road 4275, Navajo Dam, New Mexico, 87419, United States | Lodge
 
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Location

This lodge, located on 51 Road 4275, Navajo Dam, is near Aztec Ruins National Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Navajo Dam

Last of Our Ruins Tour!

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... of Pueblo Bonito, Una Vida, and Penasco Blanco were built, followed by Hungo Pavi, Chetro Keti, Pueblo Alto, and others. They were often oriented to solar, lunar, and cardinal directions. Lines of sight between them enabled communication features, water control devices, and formal earthen mounds surrounded them. They were set in a landscape surrounded by sacred mountains, mesas, and shrines that still have ...

Best fishing ever on the San Juan River

A travel blog entry by sidsnow on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

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The fly shop is a lodge as well so they serve dinners. After a day on the river we treated ourselves to a night out . The appetizer was smoked trout artichoke dip, then Barb had a spinach salad and I had grilled romaine caesar salad.
Guide Service:
FishHeads San Juan River
www.fisheadsofthesanjuan.com ...

Chimney Rock National Monument

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 15, 2013

... one of the sets of ruins in the monument. I took that trail while I was waiting for the tour that goes on the Great Pueblo Trail, a 2/3 mile trail that is only open to people on tours. There are also some nighttime tours a various times, some of which are on nights when the moon rises between Chimney Rock and a nearby peak called Companion Rock to witness how the design was based on the heavens.

The tour lasted over two ...

Lone rangers

A travel blog entry by kieranmurphy on Jun 24, 2013

2 photos

... on the road to Kayenta. Then, the wind picked up to apocalyptic proportions, the wind threw up the sand as well and we crawled along the road, trying not to let the bikes get out of control. We made many regular stops as keeping the bikes upright was pretty nakering. After a good few hours we arrived at our pretty nice looking hotel in Kayenta. Quick food here and an early night before heading ...

Ruins and Badlands

A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Apr 21, 2013

2 comments, 33 photos

... which was excavated by the archaeologist Earl Morris in the 1920s. Once he had determined how the building must have looked originally, he decided to reconstruct it in the '30s. The internal construction of one of the pillars is left open to show how they were built of alternating layers of wood and stone.





After leaving Aztec I took the long way around to Chinle, AZ ...

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