This is another dwelling site known as the Cliff Palace. It was a much larger site with many more Kivas indicating that multiple families lived here. The exit was quite narrow and placed between two cliffs. Narrow hand carved steps went over 100 feet straight up over the rocks. Quite facinating.
Mesa Verde National Park June 20th 2011 Mesa Verde National Park is one of the premier archeological parks administered by the Department of the Interior, National Park Service. It is one of 15 national park units in Colorado and nearly 400 nationwide.
On June 29, 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt established Mesa Verde National Park to preserve the works of ancient man, the first and still the only park of it's kind. Preserve ... read more
We are travelling across this continent in an Essex motorcoach named " Mulligan" which for us means "do it again". We invite you to join us if you are interested in seeing where we have been and what we are doing. This is a trip we have wanted to do for many years and we are having a wonderful time. So come and join us on our travels. We are not only sightseeing but fly fishing some of the nation's best streams, rivers and lakes and golfing some of the nation's top rated courses as well !... full info