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Canyon de Chelly - South Rim Drive

Basics
Location:
In Canyon De Chelly National Monument in northeastern Arizona
Setting:
Desert
Surface:
Paved
Suitable Vehicle:
Any Vehicle
Length:
36 mile round trip
Time:
2 hours
Season:
Drivable year round

Description

The South Rim Drive through Canyon de Chelly is 18 miles one way and features several overlooks of Canyon De Chelly, Spider Rock and Monument Canyon. Also available is a 2.5 mile 2 hour round trip hike into the canyon to see White House Ruin, a Anasazi Indian cliff dwelling, The drive's starting point is at the visitor center of Canyon De Chelly National Monument.

Details

Location:
In Canyon De Chelly National Monument in northeastern Arizona
Setting:
Desert
Surface:
Paved
Suitable Vehicle:
Any Vehicle
Length:
36 mile round trip
Time:
2 hours
Main Roads:
Indn Route 7
Season:
Drivable year round
Additional Details:
The Canyon De Chelly Visitor Center is 3 miles (4.8 km) from Route 191 in Chinle, AZ. Chinle is 75 miles north of I-40 in northeast Arizona.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
The Canyon De Chelly Visitor Center is 3 miles (4.8 km) from Route 191 in Chinle, AZ. Chinle is 75 miles north of I-40 in northeast Arizona.
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