Travel Blogs from Monument Valley, United States

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Hotel Holiday Inn Kayenta (Monument Valley), Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Hotel Holiday Inn Kayenta (Monument Valley)

A travel blog entry by tag19

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Meteor Crater and beyond, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Meteor Crater and beyond

A travel blog entry by barratt

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... via Glen Canyon and Lake Powell - I did enough talking yesterday so just photos of Monday's journey. After Lake Powell I headed for Monument Valley but ran out of time so I'm "boondocking" (Dry camping) near a place called Kayenta. Made friends with ...

Monument Valley, Utah, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley, Utah

A travel blog entry by loupsvoyagent

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Mercredi passe on est arrive a Monument Valley. C'est très beau, avec les grosses roches qui sortent de n'importe ou. Si des grosse montagnes comme ceux de Colorado on avait deja vu en Roumanie, ici tout est bizarre, on dirait une autre planette. Et les ...

Day 45 - Mounument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Day 45 - Mounument Valley

A travel blog entry by southtoalaska

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... both directions.     As we neared the mesas we decided to take the 17 mile off road drive through the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. We bought a permit and started to head out into the desert. There were numerous Navajo run jeep ...

Driving through Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Driving through Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness

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... road trip.     We were heading for Arches National Park via the desert wilderness of cowboy country and Monument Valley – where all the famous Western movies were filmed. There was more spectacular scenery leaving the Bryce Canyon area ...

Chasing fat lizards, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Chasing fat lizards

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality

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... ledge with nothing below. Joy and Tanya were afraid it would break but it was a risk worth taking! We continued towards Monument Valley past countless 'Handmade Navajo Jewellery' stores. At the entrance of the Indian reservation we found out it would cost ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by crapper66

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... , mum slept on the bottom bunk, dad slept on the queen sized bed and cassandra shared with samantha in the loft. the rocks in monument valley were brilliantand we went on an awesome walk which we saw an arch made out of the reddish rock.we then left and ...

Nice Navajo Buttes, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Nice Navajo Buttes

A travel blog entry by julesjb

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... turns back after his huge marathon. Not a big fan of the film (or Hanks!) but still an amazing landscape! (See picture) At Monument Valley some of opted to go on a jeep tour and others went horseback riding, whilst a very small minority did nothing. I ...

Monument Valley and Navajoe Indians, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley and Navajoe Indians

A travel blog entry by allmans

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Drove to Monument Valley today. it was very majestic. The rock formations were formed by lava coming up through the sea and cooling. No photograph will do justice to what me and Neil saw, but I will put some in later so you have a rough idea. A ...

John Wayne Country, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

John Wayne Country

A travel blog entry by c_villa

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... to catch the sunset and take a glimpse of the valley under the moonlight. We stayed in Gouldings Lodge right outside Monument Valley.  Apparently this lodge has been around since the early 1900s and has been offering tours since then, even before ...

Monumentally bad decision!, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monumentally bad decision!

A travel blog entry by danandlawontour

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Monument valley next and it wasn't too long of a driving day. We were set to camp as a group of 5 as there was an optional activity of a sleepover in the valley with the Navajo native Americans so the rest of the group were in there. The tour is costing ...

Auf dem Spielplatz der Götter, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Auf dem Spielplatz der Götter

A travel blog entry by v_f

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... en hier in kleinen Familienpueblos. Nach einer Umsiedlung auf Neumexiko durch die Kolonialisten, ist es ihnen heute wieder erlaubt, im Monument Valley zu residieren. Alle dreissig (!) Firmen, die Touren ins Gebiet realisieren, sind auch in der Hand der ...

Visiting Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Visiting Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by leeandal

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We can't believe this land. We left Lake Powell this morning and headed for Monument Valley. Knowing this was once a plateau under an inland ocean is mind boggling. Every once in awhile we spotted a mesa that appeared to identify what was once the ...

De red stadig..........., Monument Valley, United States travel blog

De red stadig...........

A travel blog entry by hefto

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A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do..., Monument Valley, United States travel blog

A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do...

A travel blog entry by ruckzuckurlaub

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... Valley für den öffentlichen Verkehr gesperrt sind. Wir sind gespannt… Übirgens: das Gebiet der Navajo Indianer (Monument Valley, Kayenta etc.) sind sogenanntes Dry County. Hier darf kein Alkohol verkauft werden. Wer also den grandiosen Ausblick ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by two_broke_girls

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Höt si mer is Monument Valley isch mega schön und soooo gross gse.. Bi fasch nümm ussem stuhne cho.. Es isch hammer gse.. Morn gotz i Grand ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley and Escalante, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by sueandrich

... microwave and a bathroom with a shower. It was tiny tiny, amazing they could fit all that stuff in. We set off from Monument Valley for Bryce Canyon National park and we were just astounded by the large scale scenery. It is the most beautiful place ...

23rd July - Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

23rd July - Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by harmer56

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... . On Indian reservations they have the right to make their own laws, so I guess they just forgot to include any regarding auto safety! Monument Valley is in the middle of the desert and as you would expect, it was bloody hot! Along the way the buses ...

Journey to Monument Valley, Jeep drive & tacos, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Journey to Monument Valley, Jeep drive & tacos

A travel blog entry by whernside

... complex of buttes and mesa's which from the valley. The campground was brilliantly located, amongst typical red sandstone and mud stone cliffs, Monument Valley visible in the distance. We set up camp and then had about an hour to kill before we had to be ...

Stick To The Right, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Stick To The Right

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan

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... .  We visited a typical Native American house, saw a weaving demonstration and admired the remarkable rock formations of Monument Valley which appear to emerge from nowhere.  Several million years of erosion have shaped some brilliant natural ...

Monument Valley and Lake Powell, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley and Lake Powell

A travel blog entry by rowan-blackmore

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The next day we said goodbye to our friends, packed up and headed to Monument Valley! On the way drove down that piece of road that Forrest Gump stops running on, where you can see the Valley in the background. Of course we had to get out and take photos ...

Upper Antelope Canyon and Monument Valley, Oljato-Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Upper Antelope Canyon and Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by dave-paula

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... it though I didn't expect so much greenery around it, I expected just rocks and desert, not sure why I expected that. Dave drove to Monument Valley, so that means I got to drive back - woohoo - love this car and really don't want to give it back. Back ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by cusan

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... the summer, heavy snow in the winter, miles from anywhere, and little money. Got to be tough! We carried on from Bluff, and onto Monument Valley. In the far distance we could see the sky getting darker and darker in one area. We could see it was a real ...

Grand Canyon and Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Grand Canyon and Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by gemma_doogal

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... the monuments - very exciting! All the villages and towns that we passed near to the valley all appeared relatively poor. Monument Valley is the homeland of the Navajo people and some people actually live in the valley itself near to the monuments. For ...

The Valley of the Rocks, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

The Valley of the Rocks

A travel blog entry by jennydavey

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... sky, their fire red colour (from exposed iron oxide) punching out brilliantly against a bluebird sky. We hadn't heard of Monument Valley until our good friend Paula – quite the adventuresome traveler herself – advised us to drive through ...

Navajo Nation sights, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Navajo Nation sights

A travel blog entry by jenluchie

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Found Monument Valley pretty quickly. Got an RV site right there & slept in an amazing red rock canyon. This attraction is all owned by the Navajo Tribe so it was very expensive to do the tour. We opted out. Went into the museum, then took pics from ...

Peaks and Craters, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Peaks and Craters

A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel

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... fantastic building solutions for their villages and we can still enjoy the legacy of their arts to this day. Our visit to Monument Valley found the place under heavy rain, something we never expected from such an area, however the natural beauty and ...

Flagstaff - Monument Valley - Page, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Flagstaff - Monument Valley - Page

A travel blog entry by marsl

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Monument Valley : 17 miles, 3 heures de route̷, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley : 17 miles, 3 heures de route̷

A travel blog entry by roadtripusa2010

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... parcs nationaux, nous savions qu'il ne couvrait pas l’entrée dans les parcs gérés par les Indiens. En arrivant à Monument Valley nous savions donc que nous devrions payer l’entrée : 5$ par personne (tant pis pour les familles ...

Where......, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Where......

A travel blog entry by katie_garnham

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What can I say? Didn't get to see much of it...... Drove from The Grand Canyon to Monument Valley, more rocks and outstanding views.... I have to say I didn't see much of it.... we stopped for food (lots of stray dogs and homeless people) was offered CD's ...

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