False Kiva is not easy to find, or to get to, and in the tradition of those before me, I'll share information about it if you contact me, but I won't publicly post any details other than GPS coordinates* (see below). This is a very special place that is not on any map, not even the park maps. It's that way for a reason...the National Park Service does not want a ton of people to visit it and destroy the site, and I can see why.
The hike, as I mentioned, is not easy. The cairns (piles of rocks used as a landmark or memorial marker) lead the way pretty well, but the terrain is unforgiving, steep and treacherous at times...but worth every step. Once we arrived at this giant alcove, I was overwhelmed by the spiritual feeling and the incredible vista in this secluded place.
*These are the GPS coordinates I took as I stood dead center in the Kiva circle. (N 38 25.0900 W 109 54.883) If you find it, please, take only photos and leave only footprints.