Chaco Canyon

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Cha·co Canyon

 (chä′kō)
A canyon in northwest New Mexico containing a group of Ancestral Puebloan settlements. The large complexes, such as Pueblo Bonito, were built c. 860-1150.
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2] on and adjacent to Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northwestern New Mexico, centered at ca.
Today protected as Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Chaco Canyon's ruins pose questions that resonate in my mind for weeks afterward.
Chaco Culture National Historical Park is more remote than many National Park Service sites, which is all the more reason to go.
At few places on Earth is the clear night sky as crucial as at Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
Five parks that appeared on the 1999 list were removed this year: Chaco Culture National Historical Park in New Mexico, Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania, Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, Mojave National Preserve in California, and Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota.