This place has a natural name for a naturally formed geologic formation: Chimney Rock. 1000 years ago the Pueblo Indians lived here and now it is a San Juan National Forest Area in southern Colorado. We stopped here, but since we were on our way to Chama, New Mexico (and happened to take a big detour, which was fun), we decided not to walk up to the ruins and the rock itself.
We also ran into several early 1900s Chevrolets in the parking lot with people that were out road tripping in real old vehicles. We saw them again later in Chama, great fun. .