DENVER, Sept. 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- November marks National Native American Heritage Month, and Colorado honors its earliest inhabitants through cultural experiences throughout the year. Visit www.COLORADO.com.
Temple Canyon Park, Cañon City: The Ute Trail was at one time used by the American Indians in their excursion to and from the plains country.
Tesoro Cultural Center, Morrison: A mission to create enriched, community-based events and educational programs designed to celebrate Colorado's cultural heritage.
Ute Council Tree, Delta: Once a 200-plus-year-old cottonwood where it's been claimed that Chief Ouray, his wife Chipeta and Ouray's braves met with white settlers to smoke the pipe of peace and settle their differences.
The Ute Indian Museum, Montrose: Celebrates the history and the living culture of Colorado's longest continuous residents.
Ute MountainUte Tribal Park, Towaoc: Tribal members interpret tribal culture, pictographs, cliff dwellings, surface ruins and artifacts.
The White River Museum, Meeker: Named "one of the last curio museums in Colorado" by the State Historical Society, it includes many Ute Indian exhibits.