Ryder Walker Guide, Ken Fuhrer, shot this photo during last year’s Hiker’s Haute Route. Archeologists continue to conduct preliminary investigations of the find, though some experts believe that these structures belonged to the same people that inhabited the southwestern United States many centuries years ago.
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