Archaeological Sites in Mesa Verde National Park

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Archaeological Sites in Mesa Verde National Park

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Badger House Community
A self-guided walk along paved and gravel trails takes you through...
Archaeological Sites, Native American Sites, Trails Mesa Verde National Park
 
Balcony House
The stonework of this 40-room cliff dwelling, which housed about...
Archaeological Sites, Native American Sites, Trails Mesa Verde National Park
 
Cedar Tree Tower
A self-guided tour takes you to, but not through, a tower and...
Archaeological Sites Mesa Verde National Park
 
Cliff Palace
This was the first major Mesa Verde dwelling seen by cowboys...
Archaeological Sites, Native American Sites, Trails Mesa Verde National Park
 
Far View Sites Complex
This was probably one of the most densely populated areas in...
Archaeological Sites, Native American Sites, Trails Mesa Verde National Park
 
Long House
This Wetherill Mesa cliff dwelling is the second largest in Mesa...
Archaeological Sites, Native American Sites, Trails Mesa Verde National Park
 
Pit Houses and Early Pueblo Villages
Three dwellings, built on top of each other from 700 to 950...
Archaeological Sites, Native American Sites Mesa Verde National Park
 
Sun Temple
Although researchers assume it was probably a ceremonial structure...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Mesa Verde National Park
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