Monument Valley in Utah is said to be one of the most photographed places on earth. The valley is host to towering sandstone rock formations that have been sculpted over time and soar 400 to 1,000 feet above the valley floor. Combined with the surrounding mesas, buttes, and desert environment, it truly is one of the natural wonders of the world.
Set aside by the Navajo Tribal Council in 1958, the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park covers almost 92,000 acres in northern Arizona and southern Utah and lies within the Navajo Nation reservation.
This remote, inspiring place demands a closer look. Enjoy hiking, jeep tours, horseback riding and stargazing in Monument Valley. Visitors may explore the 17-mile scenic drive in private vehicles or book a half-day or full-day jeep tour to explore the area’s backroads and sacred lands with the help of a local guide.
Stay the night and step out after dark to appreciate the timelessness and wonder of the Milky Way. Stopping to appreciate the rhythms of this ancient, sacred land has the ability to change your perspective if you take the time to let it.