The theory that the Chimney Rock Archaeological Area is a Chacoan outlier has been widely accepted by the majority of the archaeological and anthropological communities.
There are compelling indications in the archaeological records that the residents of Chaco and Chimney Rock traveled back and forth between these two extraordinary sites and portions of the routes that were taken currently lie below Navajo Reservoir.
Navajo State Park has planned a special program regarding the regional movement of the early inhabitants of Chaco and Chimney Rock, which will be presented by G.B. Cornucopia, a National Park Service Ranger and interpreter at Chaco for 23 years.
This is a program you do not want to miss if you have any interest or curiosity about the Chaco/Chimney Rock connection.
This special cultural program will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the amphitheater in Navajo State Park. In case of inclement weather, the program will be moved to the visitor center in the park and will also begin at 7:30.
Admission is free with a Colorado State Park pass on all vehicles.
For more information, call 883-2208.