Wild horses in the desert near Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
road into Chaco Culture National Historical Park crosses
Navajo land, and goes through 20 miles of high desert
with plenty of sagebrush, tumbleweeds, rattlesnakes, and
wild horses. The access route crosses a creekbed that
occasionally floods, cutting off the road after big rainstorms.
The park is a Unesco World Heritage Site.
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