This was an impressive site, particularly since we had spent the previous day on tour at Mesa Verde seeing Cliff Palace, Spruce House, and Balcony House plus other sites. The area is in the middle of no where but well worth the time. The ranger staff was helpful in suggesting we do the down into the canyon and hike out on the early part of the 2-mile loop. It wasn't a difficult hike at all. We could get close to the sites, many of which were built right on the edge of the canyon. We had learned about the bread-loaf style of architecture during one of our tours and many of the structures here exhibited it. Very well done. It was hot and anyone taking the 2-mile loop walk should take plenty of water.
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