Travel Blogs from Canyon De Chelly, United States

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Canyon de Chelly, Arizona, Canyon de Chelly, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly, Arizona

A travel blog entry by elviejo

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... . Alex Haley 4-23-92 Canyon de Chelly, Arizona Cool, overcast Forty ...

Canyon de Chelly, Canyon de Chelly, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly

A travel blog entry by ellenwillow

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... can only be done with Navajo guides. We stopped at the Navajo Information Centre and had some lunch before heading off to Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. We arrived at about 5.00pm. after settling into the room we took a look in the gift shop that sells ...

Hanging with the Navajos, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Hanging with the Navajos

A travel blog entry by millerfamily

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... that night. Drove for approx 3 hrs across vast desert plains with only an occ. cluster of indian shacks.  Finally got to Canyon De Chelly at approx. 10 pm (the time change worked in our favor) set up camp while doing so an Indian man approched us ...

Not Much to Say, I Just Wanted to Show These Pics, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Not Much to Say, I Just Wanted to Show These Pics

A travel blog entry by ambs55

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... land that contains several Puebloan ruins built into the cliffs. Th Navajo still live and farm on the valley floor. We spent a day and a night at Canyon de Chelly then drove across the Navajo lands into New Mexico, passing by Ship ...

Canyon de Chelly, Canyon de Chelly, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly

A travel blog entry by jacobrowe

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My Other Favorite Canyon, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

My Other Favorite Canyon

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope

... at the house instead of down at the trading post. Again I felt leaving pangs. I drove north turned east at Chinle towards Canyon de Chelly National Monument and arrived at the Visitor Center at 4:00. I have a national pass anyway but Canyon de Chelly is a ...

Canyon de Chelly and Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly and Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by dymphna9817

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We headed south from Canyonlands for a night and day by Canyon de Chelly.  We drove both the South and North Rim, stopping at Tsegi Junction, White House Overlook, Spider Rock and Antelope House Overlook.  A beautiful canyon with some ...

Of mud and optimism, Canyon De Chelly, United States travel blog

Of mud and optimism

A travel blog entry by jenandviv

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... market place and looked at all the silver and pottery, then drove over the State line AGAIN from Utah into Arizona, heading for Canyon De Chelley (pronounced Shay) This area is known as the Four Corners and you can actually drive to  where Utah, ...

The Most Majestic Canyon of the Them All?, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

The Most Majestic Canyon of the Them All?

A travel blog entry by farnie10

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... Navajo Nation that occupies the 4 corners region. The National Park Service has paired up with the Navajo to establish the Canyon de Chelly National Monument.  This allows visitors access to both edges (north and south) of the Canyon for free, but ...

Cottonwood Fallin' Like Snow In June, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Cottonwood Fallin' Like Snow In June

A travel blog entry by kluehadventures

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... a tour of the reservation. After lunch, we got back in the car and on our way to the park. When we arrived at Canyon de Chelly we stopped at the visitors center to pick up a map. Then we headed to the Cottonwood campground which is managed by the Native ...

Canyon de Chelly, Canyon de Chelly, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly

A travel blog entry by jackyna

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Canyon de Chelly, Spider rock, the scenes you know from the old western movies. It is still good, and the place where so many people suffered will not let you go away without a deep ...

Canyon de Chelly, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly

A travel blog entry by pmf1153

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Our last stop in Arizona was the Canyon de Chelly (pronounced d' SHAY) National Monument near Chinle, AZ.  Canyon de Chelly is unique among National Park service units, as it consists entirely of Navajo Tribal Trust Land which remains in the ...

Canyon de Chelly:  A Mixed Bag, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly: A Mixed Bag

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin

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... there were many campsites available.  That was where the happiness ended as far as the camping situation was concerned.  Canyon de Chelly is inhabited in areas and is different in that sense than any other park or monument we have visited - we ...

Chelly canyon, not bigger than gran canyon......, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Chelly canyon, not bigger than gran canyon......

A travel blog entry by ciexi

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....but much more easier to visit. about 400 meters down and 2/3 hours hike to got down and up, depends on your legs... very nice little canyon that also offer to visit some indians villages/houses stack in rock cliffs... nice visit, i enjoyed. ...

An Incredible Canyon, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

An Incredible Canyon

A travel blog entry by zerorock

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In many ways more impressive than the Grand Canyon. The photos speak better than we ...

Today we touched

Today we touched "Four Corners"

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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... that is when most people go on vacation.  There was not much to do here except step into the four states, so after that we drove to Canyon De Chelly National Park.  When we first got there we got our JR Ranger books (as usual.)  Next I ...

Jul 25, 2009, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Jul 25, 2009

A travel blog entry by roadtrippers

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Bloody cold night, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Bloody cold night

A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78

... been pretty spot on, so I always use this as my guide.  As we were heading towards Chinle, which is the gateway to the Canyon it was getting nearer and nearer to 8 o'clock and as we were staying in a national park I was getting worried it wouldn't ...

Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly National Monument

A travel blog entry by nicholastjs

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Canyon de Chelly guided tour by Jeep, Canyon de Chelly, AZ, United States travel blog

Canyon de Chelly guided tour by Jeep

A travel blog entry by thedicksons

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Day 3, Thursday, January 7, 2010 Canyon de Chelly, AZ Chinle is a small town on the HUGE Navajo Reservation.  There are many of the usual services, but restaurants are definitely not one of them.  Suffice to say we went for takeout A & W ...

Second of three canyons, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Second of three canyons

A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78

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... taken numerous pictures but the scale is huge.  Each canyon we've been too has been more impressive, so I should imagine the Grand Canyon will be even more so. At our first overlook spot at Spider Rock we parked (there were parking spaces for RVs and ...

Indianenland, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Indianenland

A travel blog entry by cb_goes_again

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... een hete dag en iedereen maakt zich klaar voor de hike: zonnebrandcrème, extra water en sinaasappelsap. We rijden naar Canyon de Chelly Nationaal Monument: een centraal reservaat van de Navajo indianen. We kijken rond in het Visitors Center en worden ...

Un canyon à taille humaine...ou presque  :), Canyon De Chelly, United States travel blog

Un canyon à taille humaine...ou presque :)

A travel blog entry by mariaud

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Merci pour les commentaires, c'est sympa :D A demain pour de nouvelles photos de Mesa Verde. ...

Nature and Culture at Canyon de Chelly, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, United States travel blog

Nature and Culture at Canyon de Chelly

A travel blog entry by keralajs

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The government shutdown did not keep us from visiting Canyon de Chelly (pronounced "shay"), because this national monument lies entirely on Navajo land. The Visitor Center was closed, of course, but the National Park Service had thoughtfully left a box ...

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