Chaco Canyon National Historic Park

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A haunting place, even if it weren’t haunted, the Chaco Canyon ruins make for some spectacularly eerie viewing. Coming upon the these great stone works, testament to ages past is enough to make anyone shiver in awe. Possibly the eerie feelings and the sense of being followed that some people claim is only the ages of the past chasing them down, but you cannot help but feel this is truly an eerie and awesome place.

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    Geographic Information

    Chaco Canyon National Historic Park
    United States

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    36.0607365, -107.96151680000003
    San Juan County, New Mexico
    Nearest Towns:
    Lake Valley, NM (11.1 mi.)
    Pueblo Pintado, NM (17.1 mi.)
    Nageezi, NM (18.8 mi.)
    Crownpoint, NM (28.5 mi.)
    Huerfano, NM (32.4 mi.)
    Naschitti, NM (40.2 mi.)
    Sheep Springs, NM (42.2 mi.)
    Sheep Springs, NM (42.2 mi.)
    Brimhall Nizhoni, NM (43.2 mi.)
    Napi Headquarters, NM (43.3 mi.)


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