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Domestic Travel Adventures
Discover the majestic landscapes and rich cultural heritage of the American Southwest. These premier domestic travel adventures offer the very best, including privileged access, top scholars, and limited group sizes. Crow Canyon's trips are professionally developed to ensure both a quality educational experience and a relaxed, collegial, and fun atmosphere.
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2013 Archaeology and Cultural Tours
Tour archaeological sites, view demonstrations by Pueblo artists, and experience a Pueblo feast day
A trio of exceptional scholars leads this fascinating exploration into the history and culture of the Pueblo peoples of the Rio Grande valley in northern New Mexico. Together, we will explore ancestral villages, including sites occupied during the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, and visit five contemporary pueblos where life reflects a vibrant blend of past and present. Other highlights include visiting with Pueblo artists and attending Santo Domingo Feast Day. Read more.
July 30–August 5, 2013
Trace 2,000 years of Pueblo Indian history, from early farming villages to the present
Discover the rich history of the Pueblo people as we explore archaeological sites and visit still-inhabited villages in the Four Corners area of the American Southwest. Traveling through the region's stunning scenery, we will tour Mesa Verde National Park, Aztec Ruins, and Canyon de Chelly―and visit the Hopi mesas, where Pueblo people still follow their ancient traditions. Tour also includes a stop at the historic Hubbell Trading Post. Read more.
September 1–8, 2013
Tour ancient Pueblo sites and explore the latest theories about one of the Southwest's most enduring mysteries
Join two exceptional Chaco scholars on this premier tour that examines the regional network that dominated the Pueblo world from the tenth through mid-twelfth centuries. Together, we will travel throughout northwestern New Mexico to visit archaeological sites that exemplify the "Chaco Phenomenon" and to debate how such a technologically sophisticated system could rise to prominence, and then fade, so quickly. Includes three nights of camping in Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Read more.
September 22–28, 2013
Hike and raft through thousands of years of human history along the Colorado River in northeastern Arizona
Explore seldom-seen archaeological sites in the Colorado River corridor from the Grand Canyon to Lake Powell. In addition to exploring Archaic and Pueblo sites, we will also examine early pioneer history and the rich cultural traditions of the Navajo, whose creation stories can be traced to the eastern Grand Canyon. Tour includes a 6-mile (round-trip) hike into the Grand Canyon and a 6-hour river trip from Page to Lee's Ferry, Arizona. Read more.
October 6–12, 2013
The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's programs and admission practices are open to applicants of any race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, or sexual orientation.