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This short, easy trail leads .3 miles one way to an overlook of White Canyon and Horsecollar Ruin.

The trail to Horsecollar Ruin leads westward from the scenic drive .3 miles. The trail is an easy walk with little elevation gain. It provides access to an overlook of a grouping of Ancient Puebloan structures. The dwelling takes it's name from the shape of its doorways. (They look like large leather horse collars.) Visitors who hike this trail will be looking across White Canyon to the ruin. Binoculars will help hikers to see the dwelling in detail.

Directions: From Visitor Center, Drive westward past the campground to the beginning of the one-way scenic loop. The trail to Sipapu Bridge leaves the scenic drive from the third pull off immediately after the picnic area.

Elevation: 6,000 feet

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Easy

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