Chaco Culture NHP Pueblo Del Arroyo Trail Guide
Chaco Canyon contains evidence of 10,000 years of human occupation. However, it is best known for the large-scale, multi-storied masonry buildings that were planned and constructed more than a thousand years ago by ancestors of many modern southwestern peoples. Pueblo del Arroyo was constructed in two short stages from about CE1065 to CE1150, and is situated in the center of the Chacoan world. Pueblo del Arroyo Trail at Chaco Culture National Historical Park is 1/4-mile round trip and includes several short, steep rises as it takes you through a Chacoan great-house. This guide will help you recognize the unique characteristics of Chacoan architecture, and learn about the importance of Chacoan culture.
- Published by Western National Parks Association in 2017
- Audience: adult
- Trim size: 5 1/4" x 8"
- Page count: 14 pages
- Binding style: paperback
- ISBN-13: 978-1-583691-81-6