The Flat-topped, low mountain Verde National Park in Colorado is home to the preserved home of the (related to a person’s relatives going way back for many years) Pueblo people. Many of these homes, which are carved right from caves and rock faces, date back to the early 13th century. Today, it is possible to walk beneath the overhanging cliffs and tour these very old houses. The (small platform that sticks out from a room) House is especially well preserved, and it brags 40 rooms that are (easy to get to, use, or understand) only by ladder. The nearby CliffPalace is even bigger, and it is believed to have housed more than 100 people in its 150 original rooms.