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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Utah

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Millions of years and layers of sediment, wind, & water formed the wonders of Monument Valley, ancestral home of the Navajo people.see more »

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Monument Valley lies south of Bluff via Hwy163 on the Utah/Arizona border. Because of its striking red rock spires, buttes, and mesas, the valley is known worldwide as the setting for dozens of movies and television commercials. Beyond the scenery, the park offers a taste of Navajo Culture at historic Goulding's Trading Post. Navajo guided tours can be arranged through local outfitters.  Call the Tribal Park Headquarters for more information, (435) 727-5870.

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Firetree Bed & Breakfast
  • 1 FireTree Lane
  • County Rd 420
  • Monument Valley, UT 84536
  • Region: Southern
  • Phone: 435-727-3228
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Gouldings Good Sam Park
Goulding's Lodge & Tours
  • 1 mile east of Highway 163
  • Monument Valley, UT 84536
  • Region: Southern
  • Phone: 435-727-3231
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