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El Morro National Monument reviews
The natural beauty of the area is breathtaking. Hiking along the trails or exploring off the trails is always an experience to remember. Beautiful scenery is definitely a place for plenty of photo... more »
It is hard to believe people made these inscriptions hundreds of years ago. There are so many. SHORT walk to see them. If you're in shape, go to the top and see the village, but its a hike.... more »
Super interesting place to visit. We only got to take the shorter of the trails as we were on a bit of a time crunch, but the entire place is beautiful and full of history. The park ranger was also super knowledgeable and very nice. Will definitely try to come back by and take the longer trail sometime.
Really cool place to visit. I think if you are a history buff, you need to go. But I'm not, I still recommend it. It is a beautiful place with some great scenery. Seeing writing in different languages and using the guide to translate for you is pretty cool. It is a nice little trail. We only did the shorter trail to the top, but we may go back sometime to do the longer trail.
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