This Hiking Trail is OVER 500 YEARS Old!
The Tsankawi Prehistoric Site, in northern New Mexico (near Sante Fe) is an incredible place, where ancient Pueblo peoples carved dwellings into the volcanic rocks and lived by the many hundreds. And, to move through, they created the trails that you can still walk today.
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