This site on the Wetherill Mesa is a one mile loop. No ticket or guide required which is nice. It took us 40-45 minutes to do the loop and enjoy the pit houses and cliff dwellings. It could be done faster if you don’t visit with the Ranger or spend time looking at the site guide. This site has a partially reconstructed pit house which was interesting to see. For us, the site was very doable but saw others struggle. The path to the right is mostly paved and has very steep steps but do you have a railing. It was mostly in the shade and you have a great view of the ruins as you approach. The path to the left was more of a gradual trail down but 100% in the sun. It might be considered wheelchair/large wheeled stroller accessible with some effort?? If steps are problem you can use the left path down and back. We got to the parking lot,had some lunch and took this hike prior to our Long House tour. Restrooms and water fountain are available. Wild horses roam nearby and if you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse. If you’re in the area, definitely take a look.
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