Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park and Four Corners are now open at 75% of maximum occupancy, along with all Navajo Tribal Parks facilities. Facemasks are required in public.
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Mitten Buttes, Monument Valley   |  Austen Diamond

Things To Do in Monument Valley

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park offers some of Utah’s most magnificent and famous views. It’s a place of grandeur and majesty, and much of that beauty can be experienced by driving the rough 17-mile dirt road that begins at the visitor center and swings through the park. The road passes many notable features, including the Mitten Buttes, Three Sisters, Yei-bi-chai, North Window, and the famous Totem Pole, a slender 500-foot-high dart that towers over surrounding sand dunes. Passenger cars can drive the road, although care must be taken in loose sand and rocky areas. No hiking or driving off the posted track is allowed.

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