Spider Rock Campground

Address: South Rim Canyon Drive , Chinle, Arizona, 86503, United States | Campground
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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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        Travel Blogs from Chinle

        Canyon de Chelly tour and circular road trip

        A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 30, 2015

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        ... and her older sisters rotate staying to look after their grandmother who has been a permanent resident of the canyon all her life. A purchase was made!

        After a light lunch we decided to head out for a circular road trip that took us first to the Hubbell Trading Post National historic site and then back up Navajo owned roads across country back to our hotel.

        Tomorrow we head ...

        Straight roads, dust storms and rain!

        A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 29, 2015

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        ... Arizona at the Hoover Dam. However, Arizona does not have daylight saving time so we've been effectively still on PT. However, to confuse matters more the Navajo Nation (inside Arizona) does use daylight saving but the Hopi reservations do not. Confused? Technically, on our journey today we would have added an hour and taken it off several times, but now here in Chinle we've put our time forward an hour.

        On arrival we headed up ...

        Paleface ride three-forked Yam

        A travel blog entry by alanxtz on Jun 09, 2015

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        ... road too we discover, with slow and fast sections and generally well surfaced. We climb gradually, eventually reaching a height of 2500 metres. Unlike the fuel injected bikes, Hattie's carburettors can't compensate for the increase in altitude, and once we get over 2000 metres she's a little unhappy, with a big flat spot at low revs that gets more rponounced the higher we climb. She manages it all though, and after 130 ...

        Day 49-50 - Another amazing canyon

        A travel blog entry by ghtour15 on Jun 08, 2015

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        ... enjoy yet another beautiful sunset as we head into Canyon de Chelly. The next day we do a self guided tour of the north and south rim. The views are dramatic and breath taking.


        The Rain Gods must like road trips

        A travel blog entry by bethh1902 on Apr 26, 2015

        1 comment

        ... my Bluetooth speaker along, so just as we were exiting the highway I was playing "Take it Easy" and singing at the top of my lungs!! So much fun! So rain and all, I got my photo, and a T-shirt too! And then we were off for our next stop, which was the Petrified National Forest. In the rain. After arriving at the visitors center and taking the short walk out back to see the petrified logs, we began the 28 mile drive through the park. And ...