This is the main Sinagua cliff dwelling area of the Honanki Heritage Site located in the Red Rock District of the Coconino Forest NW of Sedona Arizona.
The site is open 7 days a week. It is managed for the U.S. Forest Service by the Pink Jeep Adventure Tours Company.in Sedona.
The room structures were constructed by Sinagua pre-historic Native Americans in the time period 1100AD to 1300AD. On the cliff walls behind and above the rooms are pictographs and petroglyphs created by Archaic, Sinagua, Yavapai, Western Apache, Navajo and Hopi cultures. There are also historic “graffiti” dating from the late 1800s to the early 1900s.
Additional information about the Red Rock District of the Coconino Forest can be found at the following web sites http://www.sedonaredrocktrails.org/
Information about volunteer opportunities in the Coconino Forest including the creation of the 3D models and other projects can be found at http://www.friendsoftheforestsedona.org/