Navajo National Monument
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Tippek a helyiektől
Our family goes for a hike in this community, and we have several family members who live on Black Mesa and between Navajo National Monument and Kayenta, Skeleton Mesa. It has the most pristine intact natural environment, and is Free. Camping is free there as well.
very quiet & not too crowded. take a tour with knowledgeable Navajo park rangers.
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“An essential stop for visitors to the Navajo nation. plenty of certified guides to take you or group on a tour.”
- 7 helybéli ajánlja
“Buy tickets to ride the train into the iconic GRAND CANYON Park. Get out and walk around the old hotel and other sites.”
- 11 helybéli ajánlja
Point of Interest
“This is a beautiful way to experience the parts of Verde Canyon that remain untouched by civilization. It's a relaxing 20-mile (4 hr) journey that offers gorgeous scenery and native wildlife. Famous world-wide, this train attracts more than 100k riders annually.”
- 31 helybéli ajánlja
“The most photographed area in Sedona. Superb views of Cathedral Rock but with the added bonus of water. Very popular in the hot summer month as you get to paddle, swim & hike along the creek. Guided tours every day, you need a reck rock pass to get in or just pay to enter.”
- 46 helybéli ajánlja