Experiencing one of the most majestic - and most photographed - points on earth. The Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park maintains a visitor center, campground and restaurant, with Navajo-guided tours operating from the visitor center and Goulding's Lodge. A 17-mile, graded dirt loop road within Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park allows breathtaking views of the better known monuments, including Mittens, Totem Pole and the Yei Bi Chai.
  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
    P.O. Box 360289
    Monument Valley, UT 84536
    (435) 727-5870
  • For the more adventurous and to see places not readily open to the public, visitors can go on one of several tours offered by Goulding's Lodge and Tours. From 1941 to present, more than 20 movies have had scenes filmed in Monument Valley. A films photo gallery is present at Goulding's Trading Post Museum.
  • List of Films and Movies (PDF 222 KB)
  • entrance
    Park Entrance.
    merrick butte
    Merrick Butte.
    left mitten
    Left (West) Mitten Butte.
    right mitten
    Right (East) Mitten Butte.
    Mittens and Merrick Butte from Valley Floor.
    Elephant Butte.
    three sisters
    Three Sisters.
    camel butte
    Camel Butte.
    rain god
    Rain God Mesa.
    totem pole
    Totem Pole.
    Totem Pole, Yei Bi Chei and Sand Springs.
    artist point
    View from Artist's Point Overlook.
    north window
    View from North Window Overlook.
    The Thumb.
    Photos by EMKotyk