Posi-Ouinge, the “greenness” Pueblo, is a special ancestral place for the Tewa People of northern New Mexico. Posi-Ouinge (Po-see-o-wing-gay) was a vibrant center during the 15th century, part of the Tewa people’s migration story that brought them to rich farmlands along the northern Rio Grande and Rio Chama. Today, the pueblo lies above the springs resort at Ojo Caliente. A short, self-guided hike takes you around the site through roomblocks and to vistas with beautiful views of the Ojo Caliente valley.
Latitude: 36.3054422 Longitude: -106.0491371 Elevation: 6225 ft
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Interests and Areas of Expertise
Since opening the NM Public Lands Information Center fifteen years ago, as Manager I've been helping anybody who wants to do anything legal on any type of state or federal public land get out there and do it. If you hike, bike, climb, camp, hunt, fish, ride horses or watch the birds, the Four Corners are for you. Check our website for all the outdoor info at www.publiclands.org
Hours OpenDaily, sunrise to sunset.
Time Period Represented15th century Puebloan site
Seasons OpenYear round
Pet Friendly Notes
Dogs allowed on leash.