Cliff Dwelling

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Cliff Dwelling
Butler Wash Ruins
Comb Ridge
Utah
September 2022


Butler Wash Ruin is a cliff dwelling that was built and occupied by the Ancestral Puebloans, sometimes known as Anasazi, in about 1200 AD. Parts of the site has been stabilized and reconstructed, but most of it remains as it was found in the 1800s. There are habitation, storage and ceremonial structures, including four kivas. This ruin is located in a side canyon of Butler Wash, on the east side of Comb Ridge. (BLM)

See more of my Butler Wash Ruins Photography here.

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Butler Wash Ruins
Comb Ridge
Utah
September 2022

 


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