A walking tour to archaeological sites on our 21,000 acre property: there are two- rock-shelter sites here at the Ranch; one dates back 8,000 years and the second 2,000 years. These sites have been the focus of excavation for seminar groups for several years. Dr. Florence Hawley Ellis spent many years at Ghost Ranch teaching, excavating and cataloging discoveries from the area. Our anthropology museum bears Dr. Ellis’ name and includes artifacts from several different indigenous tribes who have lived and hunted in this area. 10:00 a.m. Wednesdays (April9th – October 22nd) Allow 1 ½ hours, 2 miles of walking. Limited to 8 guests; cost: $25 for adults and $12.50 for students (ages 5-12).
Reservations can be made by contacting the Ghost Ranch Front Office/Welcome Center at 505.685-1000 ext. 0
Need more info? Call the Welcome Center staff at 505.685-1000 ext. 0