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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
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Montgomery, Alabama, United States
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7 reviews
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“Breathtaking!”
Reviewed November 5, 2012

If you are a western movie fan, you will not be disappointed with this magnificent place. Be sure to go on a tour. The Navajo guides capture the feel and history of this magical and spiritual place.

Visited October 2012
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“Excellent”
Reviewed November 4, 2012

This park is a must to experience. It has an almost magical aura about it. We stayed at the View Hotel which was also excellent. The rooms were wonderful with fantastic views, the staff courteous and knowledgeable, and the restaurant had good food at reasonable prices. In addition, the views of this area unbelievable, coupled with the history of the western movie industry and the culture and history of the Navajo people. This is the American West at it's best!

Visited October 2012
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Calgary
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“Monument Valley”
Reviewed November 4, 2012

So different from the Grand Canyon or Bryce Canyon. This is not a true canyon but wide flat valley. The sandstone monuments are dwarfing. You almost feel that you have been here before, they have been in so many of your favourite moves. The road into the valley is on Navajo land. They charge a small fee $5.00 at the parking lot. It is well maintained. However the road down to the monuments is in very rough shape. Had Lunch in the Restaurant and found it quite good. Had their specialty.

Visited October 2012
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Danville, CA
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“A must see!”
Reviewed November 2, 2012

Extremely beautiful and you can do it in your own car. The road can be a little rutted in spots but still easy to navigate. You will get pictures you won't get anywhere else. A must see!

Visited October 2012
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Toronto, Canada
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“One of most photographed places in US. standing rock formations of 400 to 1000 feet sandstones”
Reviewed October 30, 2012

The area lies within the Navajo Indian Reservation on Utah/Aarizona border. The park entrance is in Utah. It is not valley but rather a wide flat. The Monumnent Valley boasts sandstone that tower at heights of 400 to 1000 feet. The standing rock formations that fill Monument Vaeely are found in Mounment Valley National Park Trails. It provides the most enduring and definitive image of the American West. The isolated red mesas and butters on desert have been filmed and photographed. It provides the setting for hundreds of Western movies. View from Lookout Point is spectacular enough.

Visited August 2012
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