The site is situated on a narrow promotory extending east from a mesa overlooking Gomez Canyon to the east and Carrizo Canyon to the north. The site consists of three non-contiguous rooms, one with two rooms and several segments of defensive walls around the perimeter of the promotory. Preservation of the rooms is extremely poor. A single petroglyph of a large circle is present at the base of the promotory.
Ceramic Assemblage: Currently only Dinetah Gray ceramics have been identified at the site (Powers and Johnson 1987).
Tree-ring Analysis: No tree-ring samples have been collected from the site.
Bureau of Land Management
6500 ft / 1981 m
Someone in good hiking condition;
Distance less than 2,000 feet;
Elevation gain less than 50 feet.
Powers, Margaret A. and Byron P. Johnson 1987
Defensive Sites of Dinetah. New Mexico Bureau of Land Management Cultural Resources Series No. 2, 1987. U.S. Dept of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Albuquerque District.