Tomahawk Lodge

728 S Broadway, Cortez, Colorado, 81321, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $69.00
 

Travel Blogs from Cortez

History isn't always what you think it is

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman

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... inspiration as well...

We must always question the theories historians and archaeologists have. In one example, they came up with all kinds of suppositions about what the circular holes were in the cliff dwellings, what they were used for and how they were constructed. But when the local Natives (Hopis, among others) were invited to Mesa Verde and asked about these structures because they are the direct descendants of these people, a ...

Just Taking Our Time

A travel blog entry by peedeedog

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... located in Montezuma County, Colorado, United States. It is the largest archaeological preserve in the United States. The park was created in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt to protect some of the best-preserved ...

Magic day in Sand Canyon

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk

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... they all seemed to disperse on other trails...we headed off on the Sand Canyon trail, that had been recommended by the 2 James we had met in the Brewery a couple of nights ago!! And it was a great recommendation. Right from the start wonderful scenery and rocks. It was quite a well marked track, leading us along the canyon, and within sight of several pueblos. ...

Visual Feast on a Green Table: Mesa Verde

A travel blog entry by keralajs

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... is more fertile and it receives more rain. Indians now called "Ancestral Puebloans" or Anasazi moved here around 550 AD and began to cultivate corn, squash, and beans, building their homes on the mesa, first as pits in the ground and later as pueblos. During the 13th century they built elaborate pueblos under the overhangs of cliffs, and then around 1300 they left, for reasons still unclear. Hopi legends speak of religious imperatives ...

Travel into a different culture

A travel blog entry by michael_darlene

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... Tree House is their finest specimen with original plaster on some of the stone and mortar exterior surfaces. We all climbed through the square roof entry of a reconstructed "kiva" and examined the culmination of their roof construction from the inside.

After our tours we visited Far Vista Lodge on our way to “our house” for supper. We had a good time dissecting the ...

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