Sacred Canyon Lodge
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Free parking
Photos of Sacred Canyon Lodge
TripAdvisor Reviews Sacred Canyon Lodge Chinle
Travel Blogs from Chinle
... see the ruins named White House. I found it overwhelming that people built these buildings so long ago and that they are still standing, well, mostly standing. I can't believe that the homes we live in today would be standing hundreds of years from now. I wonder what will people a hundred years in the future will have to see of our era. Will they have anything to look at, will they be as excited as ...
... 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.
... for money. It was all a bit overwhelming. We are used to seeing homeless people or others down on their luck asking for money, but have not had anyone so aggressively approach us before.
None of these experiences take away from the beauty of Canyon de Chelly, but they did not make us want to hang around. We spent an entire day visiting all ten of the overlooks and doing the 2.5 mile round-trip hike into the ...
... 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 ...
... I have been, and should be on everybody's bucket list. Unfortunately I was racing a massive storm front that was on its way up from the south. That night it delivered a deluge that flooded the lower parts of the campground, but that's nothing compared to the devastation that it would later wreak on poor Colorado...
[4,270 miles on the road]