Travel Blogs from Monument Valley, United States

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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 ...

Monumental Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monumental Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by ruthii

... San Juan River meandering through the valley. In the distance we could see the ghostly outlines of the incredible rock formations of Monument Valley. It was an absolutely jaw-dropping spectacle. Basking in the sunshine on the rocks that gave us the most ...

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 ...

Day 14 - Monument Valley, Utah, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Day 14 - Monument Valley, Utah

A travel blog entry by expeditioners

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Around 5 hours after leaving Bryce we arrived in Monument Valley and have traveled a total of just over 3000 miles of our trip. Just south of Utah state line on highway 89 we crossed the Glen Canyon dam and stopped to take a few photos. Shortly ...

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.  ...

Scenic Drive to Taos, Petroglyph National Monument, United States travel blog

Scenic Drive to Taos

A travel blog entry by angelakent

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... win for the scenic drive guide book. Rather than the short 2 hour drive to Taos on the freeway, we started at Petroglyph National Monument took a scenic drive through the Jemez Mountains. At least the parts I saw were scenic. I had a late night working on ...

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 gr 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 ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by helen-and-matt

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Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by threwi

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Sind heute von Tuba City zum Monument Valley gefahren um die einzigartigen Gesteinsformationen dort zu sehen. Wir haben mit unserem Auto auch den Trail direkt unten im Valley erkundet. Auch hier eine atemberaubende Landschaft die wie sonst ...

M - En route vers Monument Valley, UT, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

M - En route vers Monument Valley, UT

A travel blog entry by notre-trip

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Jeudi 28 octobre 2010 BONNE FTE CLAIRE !!! Aujourd'hui, direction Monument Valley UT. Claude rve depuis plusieurs annes d’y aller. Aprs avoir pris le petit djener gratuit au resto du camping, nous prenons la I-40 8:30, il fait ...

Marlboro Man country, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Marlboro Man country

A travel blog entry by jackyna

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Monument Valley was another of the peaks of my trip, it is my dream Marlboro country. One of those pictures you know since you were a child, but it never happens to go there. And now, it finally came to me ...

Across the Lunar Plain, Grand Canyon and Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Across the Lunar Plain

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa

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... , it is actually a different country from the U.S.  We noticed red towers poking over the mesas; The Navajo Tribal Area--Monument Valley was ours.  We drove out to the reservation and stole some views of the massive buttes rising over the ...

Day 52, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Day 52

A travel blog entry by barbo1999

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... ; The road is so long looks like a ribbon laid out in front of you.  This is truly a beautiful country!!!  We arrived in Monument Valley at what we thought was 3:30 pm...but we lose an hour now.  This place was the home of many John Wayne ...

The Amazing Monument Valley Tribal Park, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

The Amazing Monument Valley Tribal Park

A travel blog entry by arezoosh

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... to get a room. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Our room was so modern, clean and nice. All the rooms are facing the Monument Valley so all of them have breath-taking views of the valley. The hotel is built using materials from the area and it's ...

Sleeping outside with the Navajos, Oljato-Monument Valley, USA travel blog

Sleeping outside with the Navajos

A travel blog entry by wolters

Arriving at monument valley, where films such as the Lone Ranger, back to the future 3, and other movies were filmed. We went on a jeep tour through the valley and saw different rock formations, such as an elephant, alligator and camel. We had dinner ...

Monument Valley & Moonlight Springs Ranch, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley & Moonlight Springs Ranch

A travel blog entry by friesendm

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Here are a few photos from our visit to Moonlight Springs Ranch a couple days ago just outside Monument Valley. Lorenz is a Navajo medicine man who maintains this range his grandparents lived on in the traditional way. We're working on a plan to visit ...

Mesas, Buttes and Spires, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Mesas, Buttes and Spires

A travel blog entry by hulcher

... it is still oppressively hot.    Family Folklore:  We roused everyone around 5:15 am to watch the sunrise over Monument Valley....truly a memorable sight.   We had a lovely dinner at The View's restaurant-great views and very peaceful. ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by traveltragic

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Via Mesa Verde NP Four Corners ...

Splendid hike and a Monumental drive, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Splendid hike and a Monumental drive

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph

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... panoramas over the valley. A great start to the day, good exercise and excellent weather. We were so lucky! Straight off to Monument Valley, past our hotel and up the Scenic Highway. It was obvious that our good luck would hold out – stunning blue ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by jasonstaten

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... and stopped for lunch at a place called the Anasazi Inn and had a Roast Beef Fry Bread Sandwich.     Monument Valley’s impressive features start way before the Park. You can see the topographic features huge formations of rock with ...

You Butte, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

You Butte

A travel blog entry by ionamarktravel

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Aug 15, 2011, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Aug 15, 2011

A travel blog entry by jennyk27

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Oct 07, 2010, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Oct 07, 2010

A travel blog entry by kaylakristine

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