Colorado's Lowry Pueblo: Explore Ancient Anasazi Ruins
Lowry Pueblo, located on Bureau of Land Management land in the Four Corners area of southern Colorado, was constructed about AD 1060 and was excavated during 1930-1936. At one time it had 40 rooms and 8 kivas. There are no facilities near this remote location, but primitive camping is available on nearby BLM land. Come to savor the silence, explore the ruins, and imagine what life was like here centuries ago. On the day we visited, we were the only ones there.
If you visit, please be respectful; this is a sacred Native American site. (I probably don't have to tell AFAR readers that, but...just sayin'.)
You can see more images at my blog post: