Pierre’s Site

Pierre’s Site, an archaeological complex on the Great North Road leading out of Chaco Canyon, features roomblocks, kivas, lookouts, and signaling locations perched atop small mesas. Occupied during the heyday of the Chaco Culture, this site is part of the larger cultural landscape of pueblos, shrines, solar and lunar observatories, and roads that stretched across the San Juan Basin and beyond a thousand years ago.

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Location

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Latitude: 36.2331968 Longitude: -107.9544067 Elevation: 6346 ft
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RICHARD ATKINSON

Hours Open

Daily, sunrise to sunset

Time Period Represented

1000-1150 AD

Seasons Open

Year round

Visitor Fees

None.

ADA Accessibility Notes

This is a remote site, hard to find - call the Farmington BLM office for directions

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