We were two families traveling with 3 young teens. We called months before our trip and were told to call back one week before to reserve our spot with a ranger. We did so, and were so happy that we did. Three different rangers gave us factual background information about the area and the ruins. They were all lovely and... 更多
We made reservations for a walk with the docent. He was very knowledgeable. Some of the steps were uneven, so you might want to take that into account. You get to see the cliff dwellings and the pictographs
You need to let the ranger know you are coming. The last few miles before the site are rutted, dirt road. We had a mid-sized rental car and made it alright, but it does take awhile to drive there. However, the site is worth the challenge! The pictographs are amazing! The rangers are quite knowledgeable. My daughter and I did... 更多
You must make reservations as they only allow a limited number of guests in order to preserve the ruins. Highly educational and amazing to see a culture from so long ago preserved so well. Closed after the rains due to road conditions so call ahead even with the reservations if there has been any rain close to your visit
The volunteer rangers were great and very knowledgeable. You are able to get up close to the ruins, pictographs and petroglyphs. Kids and adults both enjoyed it.
This is a wonderful excursion. You MUST make reservations... Don't expect to get in if you don't. The trail is guided and only a limited number of guests are admitted. The drive is quite a challenge - about 8 miles off road and the roads are closed during bad weather so some planning is required to visit. Make those plans!... 更多
This is a great place to get an insight into the early inhabitants who lived there then mysteriously vanished. Do not miss the adjacent petroglyphs. The walk up to the remnants of habitations is somewhat strenuous and uneven, but the rangers will loan walking sticks.
The tour guides were very knowledgeable and loved sharing the story of the native Indians who resided here long ago. Definitely worth a visit.
Definitely worth the drive down the long, dirt/rock road. Beautiful once you get there and the tours are awesome. Be prepared to walk and climb quite a bit. I would recommend.
Interesting visit to an American Indian cave dwelling. The area is well preserved and shows the ingenuity of these premative people. There are two distinctive areas to visit with different stories and backgrounds.