Clarkdale

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Travel Blogs from Clarkdale

Clarkdale Travel Blogs (5)
Another questionable adventure, Clarkdale, United States travel blog

Another questionable adventure

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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... .  Tried to wash it off, but it still remains in part.  Onward!  We decided to continue on to Clarkdale, AZ and visit the Tizigoot National Monument.  Here, the Sinagua people established a dwelling of many rooms atop a prominence near ...

Tuzigoot National Monument, Clarkdale, United States travel blog

Tuzigoot National Monument

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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By Don Located between Cottonwood and Clarksdale, Tuzigoot (Apache for "crooked water") is the remnant of a Sinagua native village built between 1125 and 1400 A.D. It sits on a long limestone ridge 150 feet above the Verde River floodplain, providing ...

The Verde Canyon Railway Trip, Clarkdale, United States travel blog

The Verde Canyon Railway Trip

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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 Another one by Don This could be a very lengthy and detailed entry to our blog site but I fear I cannot do the experience justice.  It was one of the best experiences we have had thus far in our adventures in Arizona.  We heard about ...

Visiting a Canyon by Train, Clarkdale, United States travel blog

Visiting a Canyon by Train

A travel blog entry by betsyandkris

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... ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad. It's a 4 hour ride that twists and turns as it follows the Verde River from Clarkdale to Perkinsville and back again. Originally the railroad was built in 1912 to support the mining activities (mostly copper) in nearby ...

Attractions in Clarkdale

Clarkdale Attractions (2)
Verde Canyon Railroad

Verde Canyon Railroad

4.50

300 North Broadway, Clarkdale, Arizona, United States

Popular tourist railroad offering educational train rides through scenic Verde Canyon.

Tuzigoot National Monument

Tuzigoot National Monument

4.50

Tuzigoot Road, Clarkdale, Arizona, United States

Built on the top of a hill, these are the ruins of a village from 1100 A.D. that once consisted of approximately 110 rooms.