Mesa Verde
The 59 VETERANS PROJECT continues to gear up to implement our lofty enterprise to teach and create jobs for our military veterans in the fine art and craft of 4K and VR photography and videography where together we will be filming stunning records of our 59 national parks.
Speaking of our national parks, one we can’t wait to visit and share with veterans (which is obviously Colorado’s most incredible tourist site!) is Mesa Verde National Park.
Mesa Verde is unlike any other national park, constituting over 4,000 archaeological sites of the Ancestral Puebloan people, who lived there for at least 700 years. Cliff dwellings built in the 12th and 13th centuries include the famous Cliff Palace, which has 150 rooms and 23 kivas, and the Balcony House, with its many passages and tunnels.
Established on June 29, 1906, by President Theodore Roosevelt himself, and occupying 52,485 acres (21,240 ha) near the Four Corners region of the American Southwest, Mesa Verde National Park host some of the most rugged terrain in the country, especially for biking and hiking enthusiasts. But its some 600 cliff dwellings where the Ancestral Puebloan people once lived is a sight every American should experience!
To learn more about this historical national park, please visit this informative site on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mesa_Verde_National_Park. And to learn about the 59 VETERANS PROJECT and our upcoming treks with veterans through our magnificent 59 national parks, come visit us online here: http://59veterans.com/.

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