Flora of Chimney Rock Tour
July 1 @ 8:45 am - 10:30 am| $8 – $16
A thousand years ago the people who lived at Chimney Rock depended on the plants around them for food, fuel, tools, housing, clothing, medicine, and art. The breadth and depth of their knowledge is almost unimaginable today. Join us for an introduction to some of the plant species that grow at Chimney Rock and their uses by ancestral Puebloan people. The 1.5 hour guided tour will include the Great House and requires negotiation of a steep, rough trail with exposure to heights and drop-offs.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Making a reservation through the call center or website is the only way to guarantee a spot on this tour. In the event of cancellation due to inclement weather, rain checks will be available. For details, please call the Visitor Cabin (970-883-5359) 9:00 – 4:00 Mountain Time.
Wednesday, July 1:
- Up to 8 visitors will be allowed on this tour
- Arrive for check-in 8:45am
- Program begins at 9:00am
- $16.00/adult and $8.00/child (5-12)
- Considered a non-refundable donation.
- A booking fee applies to each ticket purchased online or through the call center.
Reservations strongly recommended. Limited space. Walk-ins on a first-come, first-serve basis.
There’s more to learn at Chimney Rock National Monument beyond the daily tours. The interpretive program at Chimney Rock includes opportunities to see the site in a different light and to enjoy the different facets of the site. Ticket fees for special programs are considered a non-refundable donation. Programs often sell out. A booking fee applies to each ticket purchased online or through the call center. Making a reservation through the website or the call center is the only way to guarantee a spot on this tour. Most programs are at full capacity prior to the event but we will accommodate walk-ins if space is available. Booking fees do not apply to walk-ins.
You can book our monthly programs online or by calling 1-877-444-6777.