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Great Campgrounds On The Way to Great Places

The TrailDirt crew just returned from a foray into Arizona, Nevada, and Northern California (again), and we have some information to share with our readers about campgrounds we stayed in that were “on the way” to some great places. What is meant by “on the way,” you ask? Well, it’s a spot where the day’s […]

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Cliff Palace

Crack at Mesa Verde a Concern

Walking tours to Cliff Palace in Mesa Verde National Park are being rerouted due to a crack in the masonry of a structure known as Kiva F. The crack was discovered last year, and archaeologists at the park have done what they can to shore up Kiva F to prevent further cracking of the structure. […]

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