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"Our stay at Abajo Haven was a vacation within our vacation.  After a week of sleeping in hotels and eating out, a night of cooking on the campfire and enjoying the stars was a welcome change.  The lush surroundings, hospitable hosts (human, canine and feline) and visiting wildlife (we counted 18 deer) topped it off to make this the most pleasant and relaxing experience of our
visit to the Four Corners.  Thank you, Bill, we look forward to our next stay."


--Peter, Oakland California

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Montezuma Canyon

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Montezuma Canyon, BLM land, photo taken by Joe Haven

A vehicle tour (your vehicle) that is an all day tour, so bring your lunch. A guide to these very remote sites is necessary.  Be prepared to see at least 25 different Ancestral Puebloan sites while you tour this remote canyon, which includes large panels of rock art and dwellings.  This canyon was a main route for the Native American and you will see rock art from the Basketmaker period (500 A.D.) to the Ute Indians (1700 and 1800's). There is also evidence of the Spaniards in this canyon.