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Gila Cliff Dwellings

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The Mogollon cliff dwellings in southwest New Mexico is a 533-acre national monument established by President Theodore Roosevelt. The National Monument houses two prominent ruins sites as well as some smaller sites within the Gila Wilderness inside the Gila National Forest. In order to reach the dwellings, visitors are required to hike a long trail dotted with several foot bridges which takes about an hour at an elevation of 5,695 feet and ends at 5,875 feet.