Travel Blogs from Monument Valley, United States

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Trek America Tour - Day 1 and 2, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Trek America Tour - Day 1 and 2

A travel blog entry by amandamc

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... me). Gosh this place is amazing! We met our Native American (Navajo) guide Rich who took us on an open jeep ride around Monument Valley. It was pretty windy and cold on the jeep – but that didn’t stop us from having loads of fun. Including ...

Learning to gallop before you can trott!, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Learning to gallop before you can trott!

A travel blog entry by tomcambridge

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... of my trip so far and perhaps over zealously tipped our guide (named Marvin) as I was still buzzing from the experience. Monument Valley itself was spectacular and we explored it for several hours by horse as well as in our camper. So a rushed ...

Day 5 -- from Grand Canyon to Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Day 5 -- from Grand Canyon to Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by yumeishaw

   From Grand Canyon National Park to Monument Valley Desert View Watchtower (National Historic Landmark) Little Colorado Scenic Overlook (Arizona 64 & Road 6140, Cameron, Coconino, Arizona 86020 @ Google Map) Tuba city -- ...

Cowboy Country, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Cowboy Country

A travel blog entry by cheeseandcarrie

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So we left the canyon and after a few hours of driving we came to the town of Kayenta. Here we turned towards Monument Valley and soon saw our 1st Buttes/monuments. There were storm clouds all around us as we headed for the visitor center. As the land ...

Simply Amazing, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Simply Amazing

A travel blog entry by garyandjoe

On our drive from The Goosenecks State Park, Utah, we stopped at Monument Valley Navajo Park, unhitched the Jeep and did the 17 mile drive through the park to explore the area and take photos. It was my second time there and Joe's first. From there we ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by leonardgrill

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We finished the south and north canyon rim tours and then drove from Canyon De Chelly National Monument to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park.  It was a short hour and a half drive.   Canyon De Chelly has an amazing number of unique views of the ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by bakasyonista

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From the Grand Canyon we droved all the way to Monument Valley where you can see isolated red mesas and buttes surrounded by empty, sandy desert. It has been the setting of a lot of Western movies in the US. Then we drove back to Kayenta where stayed for ...

A teffifying start to the day......Mon/mesa, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

A teffifying start to the day......Mon/mesa

A travel blog entry by morganusa

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... a stop for an all American brekky for a change, but drive for miles and miles and nothing! We are on our way to Monument Valley, a three hour drive, which eventually included brekky on the move in the rv, card games and one film. Approaching Monument was ...

Day 34, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Day 34

A travel blog entry by kiriandalex

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We spent most of today driving from Las Vegas to Monument Valley. We picked up the car from the airport at 10am this morning, and apart from two short stops we spent the rest of the time on the road! Even though it was a very long time for Alex to be ...

O - Découverte de Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

O - Découverte de Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by notre-trip

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... en vedette John Wayne. Par la suite beaucoup de films furent tournés dans ces splendides paysages. La géographie spéciale de Monument Valley est seulement l’œuvre de la nature. Celle-ci a sculpté dans les rochers durant des milliers ...

Apr 20, 2011, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Apr 20, 2011

A travel blog entry by eszti.tobi

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Monument Valley, Oljato-Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by kimliehm

Gouldings ...

The Stonecold Monuments, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

The Stonecold Monuments

A travel blog entry by ferdygerven

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Canyons of the West pt 3, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Canyons of the West pt 3

A travel blog entry by fran.martin

... to the Navajo reservation. The group broke into those who were taking a jeep ride, and those of us riding horses through Monument Valley. We took a rather cramped mini bus to meet the horses passed the monuments. After meeting our Navajo guides we had to ...

A drive through nature's art gallery..., Monument Valley, United States travel blog

A drive through nature's art gallery...

A travel blog entry by angelosone

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If you ever get the chance to drive through Monument Valley....get ready to pick up your jaw from the ground.  It is absolutely one of the most beautiful pieces of nature art that I've ever seen.  Rock formations that are pure eye candy - not ...

Tooth Dental Fee Ain't Bad, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Tooth Dental Fee Ain't Bad

A travel blog entry by daveake

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... and drove back into Arizona towards Monument Valley as planned.  En route we passed "Mexican Hat":   . . . . . .   Into Monument Valley we looked out for "The Forrest Gump" spot, where our chocolate-munching hero (I wonder what that did ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by skyenichol

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... and told us a whole lot of stuff that may or may not be true... he may not have been completely with it. But, dinosaurs. Monument Valley was an incredible place to be, particularly at sunset when we just happened to turn up. We put our Chevy through its ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by nicholastjs

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Muir Woods National Monument, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Muir Woods National Monument

A travel blog entry by hairsuit

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First the Muir National Park beautiful place great walk through the woods, t lies 12 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, take US 101 and Calif. Highway 1, we luckily get close to the entrance as we are on a bus tour. Parking for cars is limited and ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by notrouble543

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... that had been shot at Monument Valley including one of my favourites ‘Back to the Future 3’. We then got a picture of Monument Valley and headed to our pool for a swim. The notice stated that you had to shower before getting in the pool. ...

This is famous, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

This is famous

A travel blog entry by judihasi

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After this great Grand Canyon we went east to Monument Valley. This is a famous area for western films and I am sure you have also seen it before. It was windy there and some Navajo Indeans work there and let Jeeps and horses ...

Arches, Four Corners and Navajo Nation, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Arches, Four Corners and Navajo Nation

A travel blog entry by rachelandbob

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We started late - ignoring the alarm - refusing to open block out curtains. It was drizzling and the day looked miserable. We walked down the street for brekky and got takeaway cake, coffee and milkshakes. So we got to the Arches National Park. As the ...

Monument Valley, Four Corners and a sandstorm, Oljato-Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley, Four Corners and a sandstorm

A travel blog entry by rachelandbob

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Got up early to take photos of amazing light on the rocks but the sandy skies were much worse than when we arrived last night. I could have cried. We decided to get going to breakfast and talk our options through; that didn't work so we braved the strong ...

Cowboys & Indians -

Cowboys & Indians - "butte-ful"

A travel blog entry by marelia

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... our jeep tour. From the visitors centre we could see the Mittens, which was pretty impressive already. It's extremely dry in Monument Valley though - it's completely beyond me how anyone could ever have lived there. Our guide, Patrick, drove us around in ...

Welcome to Marlboro Country, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Welcome to Marlboro Country

A travel blog entry by gone2asia

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The Mittens, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

The Mittens

A travel blog entry by callanclan

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We arrrive at our motel at Monument Valley amogst a dust storm.  We check in and go straight up to our room to check out the view, as the motel name suggests.  The view is fantastic, we can lay in bed and see one of The Mittens.  ...

Something not to miss, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Something not to miss

A travel blog entry by kgmliem

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... able to see the big table rocks, but nothing I was expecting. After harrassing a local Indian and we finally made it to Monument Valley. The ranger at the entrace of the park told us that we shouldn't miss the 17-miles loop. Considering that my booklet ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by majse

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... samt i motorhomes eller nogle baraklignende-bygninger. Her til morgen har jeg nydt morgenkaffen til den smukkeste solopgang over Monument Valley :-) Senere i dag går turen til Glen Canyon National Recreation Area og byen Page ved Lake ...

Desert trails, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Desert trails

A travel blog entry by roastbeefnolive

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... into the desert and our next motel just across the state border in Arizona.  En route we travelled through Monument Valley another spectacular landscape filled with towering rock formations (the tallest a thousand foot high). It's a famous land ...

Pedaling the Rim and Off to Start the Road Trip!, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Pedaling the Rim and Off to Start the Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by dsct61

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... two lane road you must watch for passing cars heading straight for you.  Twice the car in front of me was forced off the road and I had to slow way down to avoid a collision. 3)   Monument Valley really is as beautiful as the photos make it ...

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