Grand Gulch
via Todie Canyon
 
 

The Split Level Ruin, an Ancestral Pueblo cliff dwelling built between A.D. 1060 and 1270, is one of the more prominent archaeological sites in Grand Gulch. Hikers with a sharp eye can discover many other ruins, petroglyphs and pictographs in the area, especially if they get off the trail.

 
 

The main two rooms that give the Split Level Ruin its name



A smaller structure nearby



Red hand pictographs



Potsherds, including corrugated gray







The book Ruins Seldom Seen is available from
www.GlobePequot.com