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Yucca House National Monument

Mesa Verde National Park, CO
+1 970-529-4465
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No real reason to go here

=The directions are fairly easy to follow. It is all dirt, and pass ability could be impacted by... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
ranles76
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Escondido
Trip West

There is just a few blocks here and one has to cross on personal property. Only did this because... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Barbara S
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Mesa Verde National Park, CO
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+1 970-529-4465
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Reviewed 3 days ago

=The directions are fairly easy to follow. It is all dirt, and pass ability could be impacted by weather. We have to wait for the cattle to move off the road. Access from the owners front yard, where you park, is across a wooden raised...More

Thank ranles76
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Reviewed 5 days ago

There is just a few blocks here and one has to cross on personal property. Only did this because it is a national monument.

Thank Barbara S
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Reviewed 16 May 2018 via mobile

I am a big advocate of visiting national park sites. This one is just a ruins that looks like a pile of stones. Ok, a very few were restored and look like they are held together with concrete. Skip this site. There is literally nothing...More

Thank Jim W
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Reviewed 26 April 2018

The cliff dwellings are a sight to see. Looking at the buildings build in the side of a cliff and then trying to imagine all the work involved in the building of them and then after being build the effort to maintain them, haul food...More

Thank X4585VRrandys
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Reviewed 30 September 2017

If you are just getting a stamp in your passport book then in my opinion, you won't really care about smaller sites like this one. True, it is not like the other larger more known sites but I have found this site very appealing. Check...More

Thank Poudre1
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Reviewed 26 September 2017

This was not easy to find. YOu park on a farmers yard. but it was very interesting to see how it all started.....

Thank Margaret B
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

So refreshing to see the honest opinions of other reviewers. We too are on a vision quest to visit all the national park sites listed in the Passport Program. Once you read about this site you have to make a value judgment on whether to...More

Thank bluejay377
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Reviewed 21 August 2017

We are on a quest to see all National Monuments. This was probably the quickest visit we have had. There really isn't anything there but a couple of piles of rubble from Puebloan Ruins. Plus there are no signs to get you there because it...More

Thank Julie R
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Reviewed 20 July 2017

This NM is off the beaten path, a bit difficult to find, and really not worth the trip with all the other ruins available in the area. None of this site has been excavated, so it is mainly just piles of ruins. Getting there is...More

1  Thank RONALD D
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Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

We visited Yucca House as part of a trip to Mesa Verde. It's a short trip through Cortez down some dirt roads to a farm. The monument is down a short trail off the farm parking lot. There is one remaining wall and the area...More

1  Thank memyselfandbill
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