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The Chimney Rock is an archaeological area that is situated between Pagosa and Durango in Colorado. It is managed for purposes of educating, protecting and interpreting all its offered information to the public. The Pagosa Ranger District shares the responsibility in preserving the place when it comes to showing care for it. It is currently being managed by the National Forest Service and other volunteers too. It renders a lot of walking tours on a daily basis which come with guides too. It also operates and manages the Visitor Center of the place.

It lies in a land that measures about 4,100 acres and it is also surrounded by the Southern Ute Indian Reservation. It is also home to the numerous ancestors of the modern Indians of Pueblo about a thousand years ago and it is perfect for rejuvenating your spiritual significance with the native tribes. There are hundreds of homes built by its ancestors right above the floor of the valley. A team of researchers is constantly studying the place for further discoveries.
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