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Chaco Culture National Historical Park

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Chaco Culture National Historical Park

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MD_T0urist wrote a review Dec 2019
Atlanta, Georgia214 contributions144 helpful votes
We read up on the Chaco Culture website and other reviews before making the decision to tackle the unsaved roads off 505 (from the north), and the decision definitely paid off. I am going to summarize some technical points before sharing our experiences at the ruins: 1. There
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mctalker wrote a review Nov 2019
Spearfish, South Dakota104 contributions20 helpful votes
Not sure I have ever seen so many ruins. The Pueblo Bonito was esp interesting esp where the rocks have fallen off the cliffs. wish we had had time to do more hiking in the area - 1 day (given how the 1.5 hr drive each way did not allow more. The negative is the rough roads
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Steve F wrote a review Nov 2019
Bellevue, Washington1,044 contributions435 helpful votes
This place is so worth the effort to get here. We stayed in Cuba and the drive in from the east was fine. We squeezed in the majority of the sites within the canyon during our five hour visit.,including a hike to the overlook of Pueblo Bonito atop the canyon rim. I could
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Evelyn L wrote a review Nov 2019
Fort Collins, Colorado52 contributions27 helpful votes
My husband and I visited Casamero Pueblo while traveling west to east on I-40. We had the whole place to ourselves. Despite the traffic with the semis on County Road 19, the quietude was so special. The settlement was quite tiny. The minimal restoration gives a sense of the
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Sally T wrote a review Nov 2019
Albuquerque, New Mexico4,302 contributions418 helpful votes
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We've been to multiple National Parks in the Southwest with ruins, and this is by far our favorite one. Getting to Chaco Canyon, to put it bluntly, is not fun. The road getting there from Nageezi/550 is 16 miles of washboard hell. We've discovered that the trick to this is
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Date of experience: October 2019
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