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This site has nothing to do with Montezuma or the Aztecs, but it is an interesting historical site. The cliff dwellings are restored but you cannot go up in them. Enjoy the natural beauty and do not spend more than 30 minutes here.
Visiting Montezuma's Castle is a relatively short time commitment (1-2 hours) and an easy, shaded walk on a level, paved trail to a very impressive ancient Indian cliff dwellings.
The cliff dwellings themselves were amazing and very picturesque but for me what put it all...More
Montezuma Castle National Monument is a concise trip through an ancient way of life. The pathway through the outdoor monument is very short, paved and level. It starts behind a little gift shop, goes through pretty, natural landscaping, and meanders past a pretty staggering multi-family...More
While driving to Flagstaff on I-17, we decided to detour to the 'Castle'. We've been by a number of times, but hadn't stopped. There's a short winding drive back to the National Monument. Of major surprise, there were lots of crowds. Lots of people. Almost...More
We stopped by the site en route from Sedona to Phoenix. I’d been before but wanted my husband to see this marvel. The 1/3 mile path around the park is paved (good for wheelchairs, I think) and level, requiring minimal exertion. This historical community is...More
This cliff dwelling is amazing! Although you can't go in it, it is still worth staring at and visualizing how the Sinagua people would have lived here. Be sure to look at the cut-away, audio version of the dwelling (it is outside, on your way...More
We stopped by here on the way to Sedona. This was my third time. The cliff dwellings are viewed from an easy short trail from the parking lot. Montezuma's Castle is so incredible with it set in an alcove in the cliff. There is a...More