University Connected Learning
Explore one of Utah's great mysteries: the ancient Anasazi (Ancestral Puebloan) villages of Hovenweep. Located in the Four Corners region of southeastern Utah, these villages were built and occupied between 500 AD and 1320 AD, at which time they seem to have been abruptly abandoned. Join a local enthusiast to discuss the culture of the ancient people who called this area home, and to explore via photographs the architectural remains of the incredible stone structures -- most with multiple levels! -- of the Hovenweep villages.