This was going to be our first full day of hiking. We started by driving to the Mesa Top and checking out Spruce Tree House. You used to be able to tour this, but you no longer can because of some damage that is being done. They have to bring in an engineer to assess the damage before people will be allowed back in to tour this on their own.
Therefore, we decided to hike Petroglyph Point which has the largest collection of petroglyphs in the park.
Our first tour was the Balcony House Tour which was only 1/4 mile, but took us back to an original cliff dwelling.
The coolest part of this cliff dwelling is that to enter the dwelling, you had to climb a 32 foot ladder. The ladder made Logan a little bit nervous because he kept looking back down and the ladder kept climbing higher.
After our day hiking the cliff dwellings, we hiked out to knife point from the campground to watch the sunset. It was a beautiful view, but the kids were done in after hiking multiple trips during the day.