Take a ranger tour and be sure to climb the plateau above the ruin for a panoramic view (don't forget your wide angle lens!)
Definitely take this self guided tour! Lots to see, explore, and enjoy. Many spots to take great photos.
The premier ruin and justifiably so. 4 story high rear wall, bunches of rooms and kivas, occupied for 500 years, and modified a lot. Fascinating place to walk through! But be sure to visit the other ruins too... Similar but different.
Everything in Chaco Canyon was amazing, but I found this particular spot to be the most interactive, if you will. With the ranger, or with the guide booklet, you walk around, through the diminutive doorways and into the rooms of these ancient ruins.
This is the largest and most spectacular of the great houses at Chaco. It is worth getting the walking tour brochure at the visitor center and following the numbered highlights. There is also a two hour round trip walk that gets you to an overlook 300 feet up. Walk to a gap in the canyon wall behind Kin Kletso and... More
Years of research and excavation have led to a very well explored site. The brochure available at the trailhead or visitor's center is informative and explains the site perfectly. It's a big site, so budget 45 minutes or more for the mile long round trip.
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