Grand Gulch (via Todie Canyon) Professional Review and Guide
"One of the greatest pleasures of hiking to any Native American ruin is discovering sites along the way that you never even set out to find. The 4-mile trek to Split Level Ruin in Grand Gulch Primitive Area provides abundant opportunities for such experiences. As soon as you begin the hike you start discovering things. Practically every south- or southeast-facing enclave, alcove, and cave in the canyonside holds a granary or small cliff dwelling.
If you wander off the main trail a bit, you can find all kinds of rock art, including one site with numerous red pictographs of human hands. Of course, there’s also the final destination. The ruin is built on two natural terraces, each at a different elevation (thus, the name: Split Level Ruin). Both rooms have intact walls all around, and large wooden ceiling beams are still in place. In some spots the main beams support smaller poles, sticks, and mud. The site is preserved exceptionally well. Smaller rooms and storage facilities are also scattered about the site."