Description: The Canyon de Chelly National Monument is home to spectacular cliff dwellings found on and at the base of steep-sided canyons up to 1,000 ft deep. In the main canyon are Spider Rock, a striking rock formation, and the White House, constructed c. 1050 and discovered in 1849. This is the best known of over a hundred cliff dwellings, mostly in inaccessible locations, which were occupied from around AD 350 to 1300. Other cliff dwellings are the Antelope House and Mummy Cave (in which mummies were found) in the Canyon del Muerto. There is an informative archeological museum in the Visitor Center, and there are various guided tours and walks.
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