Navajo Welcome Center (Monument Valley Arizona)

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Language(s):English, Navajo
Timezone:UTC-07:00
Country calling code:+1

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Name in local script:Navajo Welcome Center
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This welcome center should not be confused with the , a litte further along the road. However, it does offer historical information on the Navajo people and the local area. There are also informative staff who appear happy to help with any queries.
 
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There are maps and current weather conditions posted at the entrance of this center.
The toilets here can be quieter than the nearby .
If you are looking for food or refreshments then you will need to head to .
 
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Monument Valley Visitor Center (Navajo Nation Reservation Arizona)

Tourist information office:Monument Valley Visitor Center (Navajo Nation Reservation Arizona)
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Telephone:435 727 5870
Postal address:Monument Valley Visitor Center, P.O. Box 360289, Monument Valley, , 84536
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Language(s):English, Navajo, Spanish
Timezone:UTC-07:00
Country calling code:+1

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Name in local script:Monument Valley Visitor Center
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Address:Main Monument Valley Road,
 
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April to September6am8pm
October to March8am4.30pm
 
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Ignoring its spectacular location, this is a fairly standard visitor center. The incredibly friendly staff are on hand to offer information on the local area.
 
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There is a restaurant and souvenir shop attached to this center.
Even if you do not need the facilities, do stop here to get a fantastic view from the side of the center.
There were locals offering horse and jeep safaris from just outside here.
 
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English information
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Multilingual information
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Humidity
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Response time (online)
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1
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Need for maintenance
1
Quality
2
Recommendation
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Returnability
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Popularity
1
Eco-friendliness
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Panorama
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Changeability
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Drought
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Flood
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Rain
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Snow
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Temperature
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Wind
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Accessibility (car)
1
Accessibility (disabled)
1
Accessibility (foot)
0
Accessibility (public transport)
1
Location factor
1
Signs
1
Costs
0
Discounts
1
Foreigner pricing
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Haggle factor
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Hidden costs
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Price inflation
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Tipping factor
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Value for money
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Amount
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Captivation
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Multilingual
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Identification
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Monument Valley (Navajo Nation Reservation Arizona)

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Name in local script:Monument Valley
Also known as:Monument Valley Tribal Park
 
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Environment type:desert, rock, sand
Location type:rural

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Activities:horse riding, tour bus
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Additonal passengersUSD6

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Average time taken:1 hour
 
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October to March8am5pm
 
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Temporarily closed:Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day

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Telephone:9288 716 647
Postal address:Monument Valley, Land Department/Parks & Recreation, 48 West Taylor Rd., Bldg #8966, Hwy 264, St. Michaels,
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Language(s):English, Navajo
Timezone:UTC-07:00
Country calling code:+1

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Altitude:1,500 to 1,800 metres

Top Descriptions

Monument Valley does not disappoint. Made particularly famous by John Ford’s movies, many come here for that archetypal Western shot, but this valley offers so much more. The geographical formations here are often described as out-of-this-world and it is reasonable to see why. Stretching across the and state lines, this desert’s features are vast in breadth (and height), and are simply stunning.
 
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For one of the best views of the famous Mitten Buttes, stand just to side of the .
There is a 17-mile dirt road that you can take to get up close to the formations here.
It is possible to take jeep, bus, and horse tours here.
This is a popular stop off for coach tours, so do expect some crowds.
 
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Captivation
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Value for money
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Ability to cook
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Ability to hand wash clothes
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Hassle
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Hawkers
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Insects
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Mosquitoes
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Picnicking
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Foreigner pricing
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In foreign currency
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In local currency
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Four Corners Monument (Navajo Nation Reservation)

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The Monument

What should we know?

Name in local script:Four Corners Monument
Also known as:N/A
 
Environment type:arid, desert, rocky
Location type:rural

What can we see or do there?

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Services:bathrooms, parking
Shops:crafts, souvenirs

How much will it cost us?

Currency:United States Dollar (USD)
 
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:20 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
every day8am6pm

How can we get in contact?

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Telephone:928 871 6436
Postal address:Four Corners Monument, Navajo Nation Tourism Dpartment, PO Box 663, Window Rock, , 86515,
Fax:928 810 8500
 
Language(s):English, Navajo
Timezone:UTC-07:00
Country calling code:+1

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
Address:597 NM-597, Teec Nos Pos, , 86514
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Altitude:1524m
 
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The Four Corners Monument is the only place in the USA that you can stand with a body part in four states at the same time. , , New Mexico and meet on this Navajo Reservation Area. A small plaque indicates exactly where the four states are.
 
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As this is a small but popular attraction, be prepared to wait for a few minutes for others to take their photos on the state lines.
This is a reasonable add-on for anyone driving from or to .
There appeared to be no vending machines or beverages sold here.
 
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General costs
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Recommendation
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Beggars
1
Hassle
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Hawkers
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Insects
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Mosquitoes
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Pressure-to-pay
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Unwanted attention
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Awe
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Captivation
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Evocativeness
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Memorability
1
Need for maintenance
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Recommendation
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Backpackers
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Tour groups
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Tourists
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Air quality
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Human factor
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Peacefulness
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Pollution
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Awe
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Beauty
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Panorama
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Changeability
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Drought
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Flood
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Humidity
1
Rain
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Snow
1
Temperature
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Wind
1
Birdlife (viewing)
1
Wildlife (viewing)
1
Accessibility (car)
1
Accessibility (disabled)
1
Accessibility (foot)
0
Accessibility (public transport)
1
Disorientation factor
1
Footpaths
1
Location factor
1
Trails
1
Costs
0
Discounts
1
Foreigner pricing
0
Haggle factor
1
Hidden costs
0
Obvious pricing
0
Price inflation
1
Ticket costs
1
Tipping factor
1
Value for money
1
Avalanches
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Danger (general)
1
Danger (humans)
1
Danger (land animals)
1
Dengue
1
Landslides
1
Malaria
1
Robbery
1
Wild dogs
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Amount
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Captivation
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Multilingual
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Quality
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Equipment (hiking)
1
Equipment (weatherproof)
1
Guides
1
Identification
1
Previous knowledge
1
Reservations
1
Snacks
1
Sun protection
1
Access to cash machines
1
By card (credit)
1
By card (debit)
0
In foreign currency
1
In local currency
1
Ability to record
1
Ability to take photos
1
Ability to use flash
1
Fees
1
Photogenic factor
1
Distance to hospital
1
Safety
1
Security
1
Cleanliness
1
Maintenance
1
Modernity
1
Time needed
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