Mesa Verde
National Park

Magnificent Cliff Dwellings

Established as a National Park in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt, Mesa Verde was the first of its kind created to "preserve the works of man". It is now also a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado - many well preserved Anasazi ruins in hilly,…
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Balcony House is a unique cliff dwelling that is located in Mesa Verde National …
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The Long House cliff dwellings are located on the Wetherill Mesa in Mesa Verde N…
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Cliff Palace is the largest Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde Nati…
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The Prater Ridge trail is in the Mesa Verde National Park near Cortez, Colorado.…
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The Spruce Tree House cliff dwellings are located on the Chapin Mesa within Mesa…
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The Petroglyph Point trail is located on the Chapin Mesa within Mesa Verde Natio…
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The Nordenskiold #16 Trail and Badger House ruins are located on the Wetherill M…
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The Point Lookout trail is located in Mesa Verde National Park near Cortez, Colo…
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The Step House cliff dwellings are located on the Wetherill Mesa within Mesa Ver…
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The Farming Terrace Loop trail is located near the end of the Cedar Tree Tower r…
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The Spruce Canyon trail is located on the Chapin Mesa within Mesa Verde National…
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The 2.5 mile Petroglyph Point Trail in Mesa Verde National Park follows the deep…
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The Soda Canyon Overlooks trail is located on Chapin Mesa in Mesa Verde National…
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The Far View site is located in the Mesa Verde National Park near Cortez, Colora…
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