Muñoz Canyon Pueblito

Munoz Canyon Pueblito Map
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).
Land Owner: Bureau of Land Management
Site Elevation: 6529 ft / 1990 m
Hiking Difficulty: Moderate =
Someone in good hiking condition;
Distance about 0.5 mile one-way;
Elevation gain less than 100 feet.
The Dendrochronology of the Navajo Pueblitos of Dinetah Towner, Ronald H. 1997
The Dendrochronology of the Navajo Pueblitos of Dinetah, PhD dissertation, University of Arizona.
Munoz Canyon Pueblito