Great Kiva and Chimney Rock Trails
During this guided walk, it’s easy to imagine the era when the Ancestral Puebloans (formerly called Anasazi) occupied this high point, grinding corn in the shade of a juniper tree, performing secret rituals in a smoke-filled kiva, keeping watch over their land from the twin spires known as Chimney Rock. Hikers are intrigued by unexplained remnants found at the area’s two separate early Pueblo dwelling sites.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Pagosa Springs|
|Skill Level||Easy to moderate for children|
|Season||Best mid-May to October|
|Trailhead Elevation||7,400 ft|
|Top Elevation||7,600 ft|
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