Cultural Explorations: Chaco Landscapes

Chaco Canyon National Historic Park(Photo: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center)

A trip to Chaco Canyon is a must for anybody who loves and appreciates Southwest archaeology—and Crow Canyon has a way to get more out of that trip than you ever could have imagined.

Chaco Landscapes, a trip offered through our Cultural Explorations program, is a four-day journey through Chaco Canyon as well as Salmon Ruins, Aztec Ruins, and northern Chaco outliers in Colorado—including Crow Canyon's newest excavation site, the Haynie Site.

You'll have the opportunity to learn from some of the most well-known experts in the field of southwestern archaeology as well as scholars from descendant Pueblo communities, as you discover why Chaco culture, architecture and social structure was unique. The trip makes a perfect pre- or post-trip extension to our Archaeology Research Program!

There are three trips planned for 2017: June 1-4, June 18-21, and August 31-September 3. Slots are filling up fast—for more information on how you can take part in this incredible journey, click here.

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