Interpretive Programs

Daily Interpretive Programs

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic no interpretive programs are scheduled at this time.

If you cannot visit Wupatki we encourage you to still virtually visit by looking at and reading information on our websites. Check out the Places to Go section to see the pueblos.

We have also developed some virtual visit passport stamps that you can print from home and add the date you choose. We hope to see you all back in the parks when we re-open.
October 2020 Passport stamp
October, 2020 Virtual Passport Stamp
November, 2020 Passport Stamp
November, 2020 Virtual Passport Stamp
December, 2020 Passport Stamp
December, 2020 Virtual Passport Stamp
January, 2021 Passport Stamp
January, 2021 Virtual Passport Stamp

October through April - Guided Ranger Hikes

Discovery Hikes
Guided Discovery Hikes take place on some Saturdays from November through March. Discover the archeological sites, rock art, geology, flora, and fauna that make Wupatki National Monument a beautiful place. Hikes last 2-3 miles on moderate terrain. Hikes leave from the visitor center at 12 p.m. Reservations are required. For more information and current hike schedules, click here.

Crack-in-Rock is a strenuous overnight back packing trip to a remote area of the monument. It is only offered a few times a year and requires advanced reservations. More . . .

Ranger presenting interpretive talk on mountaintop
Interpretive programs are presented each summer weekend at the top of the Snowbowl Sky Ride.
Programs in the nearby Flagstaff Area.
Join Park Rangers and volunteers on ranger guided talks and hikes in nearby National Park Service and Forest Service locations throughout the summer. Click here for more information and a complete schedule of events.

Last updated: December 19, 2020

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Mailing Address:

6400 U.S. 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004


9286792365 or 9288561705

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