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Valley of the Gods

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Valley of the Gods

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Ultimate Utah Combo Self-Driving Audio Tour
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Ultimate Utah Combo Self-Driving Audio Tour

Explore all of Utah's majestic beauty! From the towering canyons of Zion to the precarious arches of Arches -- see everything the national parks have to offer, and more. Meander through Bryce's mysterious hoodoos, marvel at the vastness of the Grand Staircase, and oogle the huge formations of Monument Valley. This combo tour contains the driving tours for Arches, Monument Valley, Bryce, Grand Staircase - Escalante, and Zion all in one.<br><br>Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together!<br><br>Within 30 min, we'll send you two things: a password and an app. Download the app, enter the password, &amp; download the tour. When you arrive, go to the first stop to start the tour. Stick to the tour route &amp; speed limit for the best experience. <br><br>Uncertain Travel Date? The tour’s valid for 30 days from booking!<br><br>This is not an entrance ticket. Check COVID rules and opening hours before your visit.
$29.00 per adult
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JimmyJackk wrote a review Nov 2020
San Marcos, California4,773 contributions18,012 helpful votes
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Another self guided tour stop in Monument Valley. Easy to find and only a short distance on the dirt road. Worth the drive
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Rain B wrote a review Nov 2020
San Diego, California46 contributions19 helpful votes
Drive was remote, rough with some water, rocky spots and wash out. Not sure how it compares to monument valley but we enjoyed it.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Cynthia K wrote a review Oct 2020
Westville, Indiana2,695 contributions513 helpful votes
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We were planning on driving this road anyway, but the guy checking us in at the campground said this was better than Monument Valley. We really can't compare, since Monument Valley was closed. This turned out to be my husband's favorite thing we saw in the area. Lots of rock formations that you could hike to if you wanted. This is BLM land, so just walk around as you will. A 2 way gravel road between Hwy 163 & Hwy 261. 17 miles & as others have said - very rough road. Lots of blind curves & for a 2 way road, very narrow. There's lots of pulloffs, & we took our lawn chairs out & ate lunch by some majestic rocks. We also commented about the speed people were driving at. Can't believe they weren't bottoming out in places. Our top speed was 20MPH. We slowed down to about 5MPH in places. We started at the Hwy 261 side. The scenery really doesn't start getting interesting until about halfway through. Once we got closer to 163, we started seeing people camping (boondocking). Some of the trailers they pulled in were pretty big for how rough the road is. Great campsites though.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Wanda R wrote a review Oct 2020
Greenfield, Wisconsin505 contributions237 helpful votes
What you are driving and how much you like your car is the deciding factor. Roads are not paved. I wish I would have seen the review that mentioned roller coasters. That is exactly how I felt while my hubby drove us. Up and down, up and down. No visibility as you get to the next up to go down. Be sure to use your horn as you approach. I think I would have enjoyed it a lot more if it wouldn't have been so roller coasterish. Not sure I would want to go again.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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seescokid wrote a review Oct 2020
Grand Rapids, Michigan1,056 contributions121 helpful votes
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Had a rental Sienna front drive van and had no problem. Yea some washboard, rocks, bumps , blind spots but that keeps the hordes away. The Navajo tribe John Wayne filming area is all closed for the COVID but I don’t see how this can be beat. We stopped several times for photos/ video and just couldn’t believe how gorgeous it is. Yea it may take a couple hours for 17 miles but was well worth it. Did Colorado National Monument, Black Canyon of Gunnison, Owl creek pass Ridgway, Mesa Verde and this was my favorite in 3 days.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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