Located on a small sandstone outcrop overlooking Muñoz Canyon, this pueblito consists of a three room structure. No structure walls remain standing and only parts of wall alignments are visible among the rubble. Below the site is a navajo petroglyph that is in poor preservation due to weathering.
Ceramic Assemblage: Ceramics observed included Dinetah Gray wares and Gobernador Polychrome.
Tree-ring Analysis: Six tree-ring samples have been collected from the site, all of which dated and indicate a construction date of 1743 or 1744. Pinion and juniper is represented among the samples (Towner 1997).
Bureau of Land Management
6529 ft / 1990 m
Someone in good hiking condition;
Distance about 0.5 mile one-way;
Elevation gain less than 100 feet.
Towner, Ronald H. 1997
The Dendrochronology of the Navajo Pueblitos of Dinetah, PhD dissertation, University of Arizona.