Chimney Rock volunteers gain unique experience


Watching the full moon rise at Chimney Rock National Monument’s (CRNM) Great House Pueblo site while listening to flute melodies played by Charles Martinez is an unforgettable spiritual experience.

If you have a thirst for knowledge of the Ancestral Puebloans, dedicated volunteers can quench your curiosity by providing you with an understanding and appreciation for those who lived at Chimney Rock a thousand years ago.

Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is a nonprofit organization that runs the daily operations and interpretive program at the monument.

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