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User:Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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Crow Canyon Archaeological Center - is a 170-acre research center and "living classroom" located in southwestern Colorado, USA, which offers experiential education programs for students and adults.

Located at:

23390 C R K,

Cortez, CO 81321

Phone: (800) 422-8975

website: www.crowcanyon.org

Travel with Crow Canyon:

Crow Canyon's educational tours provide unique opportunities to travel and learn in the company of like-minded travelers. You’ll be traveling with experts, including American Indian scholars and archaeologists. Group sizes are limited, allowing more access to our scholars and opportunities for behind-the-scenes visits.

If you have a passion for the rich cultural heritage and majestic landscapes of the American Southwest, check out our tours in the Southwest.

Looking to explore the global context of human history? View information on our trips to New Zealand and Oaxaca.

Custom Programs:

Design your dream trip! Our explorations coordinators will work with you to create a customized itinerary. Choose destinations, activities, and trip lengths that suit your individual and group interests.

Hands-On Archaeology:

Excavate with professional archaeologists during our Archaeology Research Program. Be among the first to excavate at the Haynie site, with two Chaco-period great houses (A.D. 1050–1140)!

Summer Camps and Field Schools:

In addition to adult programs, Crow Canyon offers camps and field schools for teens and college students.

  • High School Archaeology Camp
  • High School Field School
  • Middle School Archaeology Camp
  • College Field School (five weeks)