Shiw your respect for this sacred Mountain.
At 11,306 feet, Tsoodzil (Mount Taylor) is the highest peak in the San Mateo range, located about 15 miles northeast of Grants. During the Spanish rule of the region, the mountain was called Cebolleta (little onion). In 1849, after the U.S.-Mexico War, it was renamed after President Zachary Taylor. For the indigenous peoples of the area, Mount Taylor is a revered and spiritually significant location. In Navajo it is known as Tsoodzil (Turquoise Mountain) and is one of the four sacred mountains that mark the Navajo homeland.
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