The Palatki Heritage Site is a an archaeological site with both cliff dwellings and preserved pictographs, located near Sedona. It was occupied 1100 to 1400 CE by the Sinagua people, with an estimated 60 people living there. If you are ever near Sedona, it is well worth the drive, which is accessible without a four-wheel vehicle. A Red Rock Pass is required, which is available on-site for $5. The cliff dwellings and pictographs are about 1/4 mile from one another, with a guide available at each site to give background information and answer questions.
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