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Ute Prayer Tree Hike with John Anderson - at Fox Run Regional Park

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Presented by Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum at Fox Run Regional Park, Colorado Springs CO

Apr 18 2015
Ute Prayer Tree Hike with John Anderson – at Fox Run Regional Park presented by Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum at ,

Ute Indian Prayer Trees are a unique variety of Culturally Modified Trees (CMT) that were skillfully cultivated by the Ute Indians throughout much of Colorado.  The Ute began modifying trees for navigational, medicinal, nutritional, educational, burial or spiritual purposes, hundreds of years ago.  Many Ute Prayer Trees can still be found today and some are believed to have been cultivated between 150-450 years ago.  The Ute do not have a traditional migration story, so it remains somewhat of a

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ADMISSION INFO

This is a FREE event. Limited to 15 Hikers
Reservations Required

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LOCATION

Fox Run Regional Park

2110 Stella Dr. , Colorado Springs, CO 80921

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