Spruce Tree House, Mesa Verde National Park
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
Spruce Tree House is located in Mesa Verde National Park. To visit Spruce Tree House on your trip to Mesa Verde National Park, use our Mesa Verde National Park itinerary builder.
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Although we were not allowed to actually visit Spruce Tree House due to ongoing repairs, we were able to see it from a distance. It is the best preserved cliff dwelling, according to our guide. These ... read more »
This is 2nd only to balcony house. It is much easier for the average person to visit, it does require quite a hike but nothing threatening. Again, you see the remarkable skill these ancients possessed... read more »
Parts of the walkway were closed to viewing. A ranger was in attendance to give us information, and make sure everyone stayed within the bounds. You can view several storage areas and living areas fro... read more »
Such a great ruin when it was open, sad they had to close. Still very much worth the walk down to see it from a ways off!
Amazing ruins. Closed now (Summer 2016) for stabilization work, this ruin is still visible from the overlook trail. Worth the short 3 minute walk.
A must see when visiting Mesa Verde. Fairly easy hike down to the site or view pretty well from up near the museum and park headquarters. Ranger lead hike was very interesting providing lots of relative information. Really cool to look inside such a historic site.
Another amazing spot in Mesa Verde! Must see location! One of several cliff dwellings in the Park!
Along with the Cliff House and the Balcony House, the main spots to visit in Mesa Verde. The hike of easy any there's plenty to explore once you get to the site.
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