A comprehensive guide to hiking and camping at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico including detailed information about the campground, the trails, the ruins, and the history of the Chaco culture with maps and over 50 of the author's photographs.
James C. Wilson has been hiking and camping at Chaco Canyon for more than forty years. After writing for both Santa Fe newspapers in the 1970s, Wilson taught journalism at the University of Cincinnati for thirty years, specializing in science journalism. He has published six books, including "Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture"; "Weather Reports from the Autism Front: A Father's Memoir of His Autistic Son"; and "Santa Fe, City of Refuge: An Improbable Memoir of the Counterculture." Retired, he lives on the West Mesa, across the Rio Grande from Albuquerque, New Mexico.