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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

US Highway 160 & US Hwy 163, Monument Valley, UT 84536
+1 435-727-5874
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US Highway 160 & US Hwy 163, Monument Valley, UT 84536
+1 435-727-5874
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Reviewed 2 days ago

All my life I have wanted to go to Monument Valley and I am so happy I finally got a chance this year. Monument Valley is located within a Navajo Tribal Park and you can choose whether you go on a guided tour with their...More

Thank Aeneken
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We arrived around 1pm. The $20 park pass allowed us access into valley and for the next day as well. Glad we did this as there are various places down along the monument valley road to take photos. Stopped of at each of the highlighted...More

1  Thank MRY01
Reviewed 6 days ago

great scenery, gives you this western feeling .john wayne, lucky luke etc. we drove many miles to get there but every mile was worth it.

1  Thank doit776951
Reviewed 1 week ago

Do the hike, takes 2-3 hours depending on your average speed. Super easy hike though the walk back up the hill in the loose sand is tough but only a few sections to power through. Well worth the time to take the scenic drive as...More

1  Thank Penny A
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are many conflicting reports on whether you can drive the 17 mile loop in a sedan. After taking note of all the warnings about the state of the road, I decided to give it a go. The hotel staff told me my rental car...More

1  Thank TJBee69
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Took my wife and her elderly parents on driving tour, one of my top ten things I have done in my life. Bumpy dirt roads make my wife laugh, her parents were hitting their heads on the roof on my truck, it is a 17...More

Thank Robert S
Reviewed 1 week ago

It costs $20 to enter the Park and it is well worth staying the night at the View Hotel. Take advantage of the Wildcat walking trail and the loop drive out among the monuments. You can do the loop drive with a regular car but...More

2  Thank flaneur40
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great trip. I lived in Arizona for 25 years but left 30 years ago. I never got to see Monument Valley, so on a recent trip to Phoenix I decided to knock this one off the list. The drive from Phoenix was awesome because the...More

1  Thank NotMyRealName2014
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Waited decades to make it to Monument Valley and it was worth it. Don’t forget to drive up the road and visit Valley of the Gods, too. We stayed overnight in Kayenta, AZ, and had the pleasure of having breakfast with a Navajo Code Talker...More

2  Thank James S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you are in northeastern Arizona or southern Utah, add this stop to your itinerary. If you are not, you may want to schedule a special trip. Monument Valley is a one-of-a-kind spectacle. It's true that you can see much of the splendor just driving...More

Thank Susan A
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Inhyang C
11 October 2017|
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Response from jpatrickr | Reviewed this property |
Once you are in the park (fee) you can drive yourself, or take one of the many available tour guides (or go on line in advance). All are in vehicles, very limited walking necessary. Rough roads, bring food and drinks.
10 October 2017|
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Response from big-bill3 | Reviewed this property |
We used a Ford Expedition. No problem. Share the driving and stop frequently