Driving from Peggy Town to Memorial Valley for more than an hour, Monument Valley is not a valley, but a vast landscape of red plains. It is said that Memorial Valley is a lasting symbol of the western United States. Red flat-topped mountains stand in the desert, with distinctive colors, mainly including peculiar sandstone landforms, Indian Neva and tribal areas and the four-state boundary monument. 。 Travel here can explore the history of the western United States and understand the history of American Indians. The tourist center provides souvenirs, snacks and toilets.
Monument Valley is located in the Navajo Reserve in Arizona and does not belong to the National Park Sequence. A car is 20 knives, and there is a hotel at the door where you can eat and stay. The restaurant has one of the best sightseeing spots. You can see East-West Glove Hill and Merrick Guqiu in its entirety. There is no lane in the whole scenic area, so you can drive to watch or be an Indian sightseeing car.
Monument Valley is a pit, because it's basically driving, so it's really hard for us to take a picture here. From page to Monument Valley, only about 15 miles from Monument Valley is a small town, Kayenta, where you can have a refueling meal and rest; Monument Valley scenic spots are photographed 13 miles from the beginning of Monument Valley, relatively smooth in the morning or side light, 100% in the afternoon; Monument Valley is also in the Indian Reserve, if you want to visit, 20 knives per car, the entrance will be met. Give you a map, there are 11 points, 17 miles of dirt road, no two hours estimated to turn. There is a hotel in the Valley of the Monument, which is quite large. If we want to transfer here, it's also a good choice. We took some pictures at the location of the scenic spots about 2 o'clock. Then we saw that the sky had already gone to the Valley of the Monument for a turn. We took a map and opened a section before we realized that the 17 mile dirt road was long. So we turned around after opening five points. If you want to experience the advice of off-road driving to catch up, try it.
There is an Indian Reserve on the border between Utah and Arizona in the United States. It belongs to the Indian Holy Land and does not belong to national parks, so park management is different from other places. The park also has dirt roads to drive, but to cross-country lanes is a natural pitted car or to look at the viewing platform. The scenery along the way is very beautiful!
Very beautiful scenery in the western part of the United States, super large stones stand on the roadside, especially abrupt, worth visiting. It's more than two hours'drive from Peggy Town. This is the Indian Security Zone. If you go in, you need to collect tickets separately. See my Mexican self-driving travel notes at http://you.ctrip.com/travels/united states 100047/3293251.html
On the way out of Grand Canyon National Park to Page, typical scenery of the western United States, many scenery spots of the western region, especially near Monument Valley, are particularly magnificent, but the journey is desolate and needs to be planned and accommodated in advance.
The full name of Monument Valley is Navajo Tribal Park. It is one of the ten most fascinating deserts in the United States. It is located in the Navajo Indian region on the border of Arizona and Utah. It is a scenic spot for many American movies and advertisements. The vast Gobi makes people feel small.
Today, I walk to Monument Valley, the Monument Valley. The mountain ranges gradually flatten out, like delicious chocolate cakes in front of your eyes to invite you to taste; some like ancient castles standing in the distance. It is also a famous scenic spot of Forrest Gump.