Sunday, September 27, 2020

Tonto Natural Bridge

Possibly the largest natural bridge from travertine. Bridge represents 120 m long tunnel, up to 46 m wide and 56 m high. Location, GPS coordinates: 34.32038...

Colossal Cave

Large cave system with a total length of explored passages at 5.6 km. Location, GPS coordinates: 32.06206 N 110.63351 W Categories: Caves Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? North America, United States,...

Deer Creek Falls

In this location Deer Creek emerges from its slot canyon and falls directly into Grand Canyon. It forms 46 m tall waterfall. Location, GPS coordinates: 36.38941...

Eye of the Dove in Monument Valley

Unusual, double natural arch in Monument Valley. Each opening is 34 m wide. Location, GPS coordinates: not disclosed Categories: Rock formations, Natural arches Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? North America, United...

Havasu Falls

A gorgeous, 37 m tall waterfall in the narrow canyon of Havasu Creek. The water has unusual blue color which contrasts with the red...

Oraibi

One of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements within the United States. Founded before 1100 AD. Stronghold of Hopi culture and traditions, with traditional architecture. Location,...

Honanki cliff dwellings

Two pueblos in cliff overhangs, inhabited by Sinagua people in 1100 - 1300 AD. Numerous petroglyphs, even from 2000 BC, although most drawn by...

Betatakin

Abandoned Anasazi cliff dwelling, which once had up to 120 rooms for up to 125 people, now some 80 rooms remain. Located under a...

Lehner Mammoth-Kill Site

In this place people of Clovis culture killed mammoths around 9,000 BC. There have been found bones of other extinct animals as well. Location, GPS...

Antelope House

Impressive ruins of Anasazi settlement under cliff overhang. Abandoned around 1260. Nearby was Tomb of Weaver which contained a mummified body of old man. Location,...