Makes me "homesick" for NM, with Bandelier, Chaco, Gila Cliff Dwellings, Acoma, Tsankawi, and Mesa Verde near by. I really must visit more Utah canyons. Down in S NV, we have lots of petroglyphs, but ancient structures end at caves and roasting pits.
Scott - great page. The only thing that I think it's missing is info about the status of the area. It used to be a Wilderness Study Area, but I think that designation was removed. I don't know much about it, but it would be neat to have something about the status on the page.
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