Welcome to Monument Valley

Monument Valley, on the Utah/Arizona border in the red rock desert of the Navajo Indian Reservation, has some of the most filmed and photographed vistas on Earth. Sculptured red mesas and buttes carved by 50 million years of wind and water tower 400 to 1,000 feet above the flat, sandy landscape. Pinnacles, arches, sand dunes, ancient petroglyphs along with cave and cliff dwellings, and the traditional homes of the Navajo people are set under a sweeping sky lit only by the stars, with amazing sunrises and sunsets as backdrops. From the small trading post settlement of Goulding, visitors enter the park via jeep tours, horseback rides, or on camping and hiking trips, all led by native Navajo guides.

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