This paved, wheelchair-accessible trail to an ancient dwelling site overlooking several mountain ranges will delight children of all ages. Interpretive signs along the way identify the local plants and explain how they were used by the ancestral Puebloan people (formerly called Anasazi) about 1000 years ago. All the plants you see on this trail were important to the people who used to live here. Imaginative young hikers might hear stone tools grinding corn, or children chasing a wild turkey through the brush. If they are especially quiet and watchful, they may see a horned lizard sunning itself.
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Directions to: Dominguez-Escalante Trailprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Skill Level||Easy for children|
|Trailhead Elevation||7,100 ft|
|Top Elevation||7,200 ft|
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