Crow Canyon

Petroglyph panels at Crow Canyon and rock-walled hideaways perched high up on the rims of Largo Canyon and its tributaries tell the story of the first farmers of Dinétah, the Navajo homeland. Interpretive panels at Crow Canyon and at several “pueblitos,” the small fortresses that sheltered Dinétah’s farmers from raiding parties, introduce the centuries-long Navajo story.

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Latitude: 36.3549511 Longitude: -107.729187 Elevation: 6758 ft
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Time Period Represented

16th to 18th century

Hours Open

Daily, sunrise to sunset

Seasons Open

Year round

Visitor Fees


Visitor Restrictions or Regulations

Please take only pictures, leave only footprints and leave all cultural resources where you find them.

ADA Accessibility Notes

Access to this area is by dirt roads, some of which cross washes that are sandy when dry (and may require 4 wheel drive) or dangerous when wet.

Pet Friendly Notes

Dogs allowed on hikes.

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