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Phone
Phone:
928-672-2700
Address
Shonto, AZ 86045
Basics
Location:
70 miles northeast of Tuba City in Northeast Arizona
Type:
National Park

Description

Navajo National Monument preserves three of the most-intact cliff dwellings of the Anasazi (Hisatsinom). The monument is high on the Shonto Plateau, overlooking the Tsegi Canyon system in the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona.

The monument features a visitor center, two short self-guided mesa top trails, a small campground, and picnic area. In the summer, Rangers guide visitors on tours of the Keet Seel and Betatakin cliff dwellings.

Navajo National Monument is on Hwy 564 which intersects Hwy 160 about 20 miles southwest of Kayenta. Hwy 160 crosses the Navajo Reservation from Mexican Water in the northeast corner of Arizona to Tuba City.

Hours:
8 am to 5 pm
Season:
Open year round
Amenities:
Campground
Visitor Center
Modern Restrooms
Basic Directions
Navajo National Monument is on Hwy 564 which intersects Hwy 160 about 20 miles southwest of Kayenta. Hwy 160 crosses the Navajo Reservation from Mexican Water in the northeast corner of Arizona to Tuba City.
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