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Honanki Heritage Site

Honanki, which means “bear house,” is the ancient cliff dwellings located in the Coconino National Forest that were home to the Sinagua people who were the first to settle in the area starting in 1130. These dwellings are spectacular and hold ancient pictographs, some dating back to 2000 BC depicting life during several different eras.

 

Representatives of the Pink Jeep Tours Company, which is the official site steward, are on hand to answer questions and give you information about this truly historic site.