Spider Rock Campground

South Rim Canyon Drive , Chinle, Arizona, 86503, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Chinle

Sandstorm on way to Canyon De Chelly

A travel blog entry by leonardgrill

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... to Canyon De Chelly we did some short walks along the South Rim to see some amazing sights of the canyon below! Although Len is feeling good two days post-op, we did not attempt to do the "White House" hike to the bottom of the canyon.
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Canyon de Chelly: A Mixed Bag

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin

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... see White House Ruin, one of the many ruins within the park. Unfortunately, that was the only trail that we were allowed to hike without a Navajo guide or an NPS guide. The hike to White House Ruin was beautiful with amazing views of the canyon below. At the bottom, there were tables set up with people selling jewelry and beverages (another uncommon sight for us). The ruins were beautiful from a distance and were fenced ...

Day 16: Santa Fe, New Mexico - Chinle, Arizona

A travel blog entry by andrewandtree

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... amercan town on route 66. The town was very unimpressive, and made us feel very u easy. We walked very quickly back to our car.

We then headed north and crossed the border i to Arizona. We stopped on the other side of the border at a town called Window Rock, famous for, you guessed it, a rocky formation shaped like a window. We then headed northwzrds on a beautiful drive for about an hour and a half u til we arrived at Chinle. We got a ...

Nature and Culture at Canyon de Chelly

A travel blog entry by keralajs

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... Rim Drive follows Canyon de Chelly, from which we got an excellent view of "White House," an ancient Puebloan dwelling, and "Spider Rock," where Monument Canyon converges with Canyon de Chelly. Navajo people herd sheep and cultivate crops on the floor of the canyon today, as well as running an active guide service for tourists.




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The Most Majestic Canyon of the Them All?

A travel blog entry by farnie10

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... green grass surrounded by vertical red cliffs, it looked like a Garden of Eden compared to the barren canyons of Utah. The Navajo set up camp for about 200 years until Europeans decided that it also looked nice. Nowadays it has been returned to the Navajo, and is part of the vast Navajo Nation that occupies the 4 corners region.

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Location

This campground, located on South Rim Canyon Drive , Chinle, is near White House Ruins Trail, South Rim Drive, White House Ruin, and Canyon del Muerto.
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