Air Quality/Dust Monitoring Webcam
View from the dust monitoring webcam at Mesa Verde National Park. It was installed as part of a multi-agency air quality research project in 2011. The webcam is hosted by the U.S. Geological Survey. For more information about the project, visit the Nature and Science Air Quality page.
Did You Know?
Cliff Palace is the largest cliff dwelling at Mesa Verde National Park. It has 150 rooms, plus an additional 75 open areas. Twenty-one of the rooms are kivas, and 25 to 30 rooms have residential features. The number of Ancestral Puebloans living in Cliff Palace at any one time was 100 to 120.