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Anasazi State Park Museum is located here. This was the site of one of the largest Ancestral Puebloan, also known as Anasazi, communities in Utah west of the Colorado River. Between 1050 and 1200 AD, up to 200 people lived here. Excavations have been undertaken since 1958, with 97 rooms and 10 pit structures currently uncovered. Only half of the site has been investigated. Just outside the museum is a six room replica of a pueblo, and a short trail from the museum leads to the site ruins.
First stop - Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden here.
Second stop - Montezuma's Castle here.
Third stop - Sedona here.
Fourth stop - The Grand Canyon here.
Fifth stop - The Desert Watch Tower here.
Sixth stop - Glen Canyon and Lake Powell here.
Seventh stop - Zion National Park here.
Eighth stop - Between canyons here.
Ninth stop - Bryce Canyon here.
Tenth stop - Utah's Scenic Byway 12 here.
Eleventh stop - Ancient Petroglyphs here.