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As is the case with the majority of cliff dwellings, these are built into the north side of the canyon (facing south) so as to maximize the amount of sun exposure. However, access to the ruins up the north cliff face is virtually impossible. At least from the time of Jesus, and for possibly 1,500 years before, the Anasazi occupied a huge chunk of mostly arid and barren real estate in the Four Corners Area of the American Southwest where four modern states – Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah – join at one point.
Hiking to cliff dwellings puts you in the footsteps of past lives. Your mind will wonder at just how the Ancestral Puebloan people built these structures high on cliffs and what their day-to-day life was like. Plus, the drives and hikes to each of these dwellings will take you to remote and stunning ...
The flat terrace near the Pueblo Canyon trail junction has a vista view of Cherry Creek valley. If you examine the cliff face directly to the east, you will be able to pick out the Cooper Forks cliff dwellings. Continue south along the remains of the abandoned mining road towards Cold Spring Canyon. In 1951, the National Park Service closed off public access to the ancient cliff dwelling to prevent damage to the structure. A self-guided, 1/3-mile loop trail leads visitors below the cliff dwelling and through a beautiful sycamore grove along spring-fed Beaver Creek, one of only a few perennial streams in Arizona. Pueblo Canyon Trail is a 12.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Roosevelt, Arizona that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from October until April. In archeology, cliff dwellings are dwellings formed by using niches or caves in high cliffs, with more or less excavation or with additions in the way of masonry. Two special sorts of cliff dwelling are distinguished by archaeologists: the cliff-house, which is actually built on levels in the cliff, and the cavate , which is dug out, by using natural recesses or openings.