Peering carefully over the edge of a steep desert canyon, you see them: buildings as high as many in use today, clinging to or chiseled out of the rock walls below. More Information on Mesa Verde

Hovenweep National Monument includes five prehistoric, Puebloan-era villages located on the Cajon mesa along the Utah-Colorado border. More Information on Hovenweep.

Contrary to the name, the Aztecs of central Mexico did not build these structures, actually the people archeologists call "Anasazi" lived here and in the surrounding region and built them. More Information on Aztec Ruins.

The awesome canyons of the Canyon de Chelly National Monument sheltered prehistoric Pueblo Indians for 1,000 years and served as an ancestral stronghold of the Navajo Indians. More Information on Canyon De Chelly.

The 45-minute drive along a bumpy dirt road to Chaco Culture National Historic Park - the only route into the park - serves to put the visitor in the right frame of mind for this land. More Information on Chaco Canyon.

Lowry Pueblo had a total of about 40 rooms and 8 kivas at its peak in the early 11th century, and was home to approximately 100 people.

Monument Valley lies on top of a major region of uplifted strata, the Monument upwarp, which extends for approximately 100 miles southward from the Needles region of Canyonlands. More Information on Monument Valley.

Ute Mountain Ute Tribal park includes ancient Anasazi dwellings and is located near Cortez, Colorado.