2018 Latino Conservation Week Events

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July 21, 2018

El Machu Picchu del Sur oeste

Event Description:

Un gira de interpretación, en Español, de las estructuras ancestrales de los Pueblos. El primer sitio esta ubicado en una cuesta, 7,400 pies en elevación y otro sitio en 7,600 pies. Se necesita escalar/caminar para el segundo sitio, aproximadamente 1/3 de una milla para ver las estructuras y las Piedras Paradas ( Chimney Rock y Companion Rock). Por favor, traiga buenos zapatos de caminata, protector solar y un sombrero, no hay ningún tipo de sombra arriba de la cuesta. Agua y bocadillos será proporcionado.

An all-Spanish, 2 hour interpretive tour of Ancestral Puebloan structures. The first site is located on a hill, 7,400 feet in elevation and the second site at 7,600 feet. You need to hike to the second site, about 1/3 of a mile to see the Great House Kiva and Chimney Rock/Companion Rock. Please bring good hiking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat, there is no shade at the top of the mountain. Water and snacks will be provided.



Event Sponsor(s):
Hispanic Access Foundation, US Forest Service and Chimney Rock Interpretation Association (CRIA)

Date & time:
July 21, 2018
8:00am  -  10:30am

Location:
Chimney Rock National Monument
3179 State HWY 151
Chimney Rock, CO, 81121

Open to the Public:
Yes

Cost:
Free

Questions: For Questions about this event, please contact Jesse Portillo with Hispanic Access Foundation at 2133930389 or jesseportillo@fs.fed.us.


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