MONUMENT VALLEY 
(Navajo Name: Tse' Bii' Ndzisgaii)

Utah / Arizona ~ March 29-30, 2007



    The famous buttes, mesas, and spires, including the oft-photographed "Mittens," are the result of uplift followed by erosion. Monument Valley is but the best-known example of this type of formation. About 30 miles to the north, in Utah, is the Valley of the Gods, which can be accessed easily by typical 2-wheel drive rental cars over an 18-mile loop road. Monument Valley offers a campsite at the edge of the cliff overlooking the Mittens, and the public can traverse a loop road through the valley floor. Native American tour operators can also take you to other areas of Monument Valley that are typically closed to visitors traveling on their own.


 Offsite Link:  Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

 



Moonrise over Monument Valley









 













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