Jump into a scenic route for the public with us. It’s affordable, with destinations considered to many as, the top 6 things to see in Monument Valley. We’ll take you inside the Tribal Park with help from one of our guides. Listen to fun facts as you take photos and stop at beautiful viewpoints.
Ages 13+ $65.00 | Ages 2-12 $30.00
1 hour 30 minutes
30 minutes before your tour time
Please Note: In the event, the park closes or severe weather occurs before or during a tour. Sacred Monument Tours have the right to alter, modify, or cancel any tour. Tours canceled by us will receive a full or partial refund.
We’ll meet 30 minutes before tour time at the View Hotel or in the parking lot of the Tribal Park Visitors Center. Then we’ll drive to The Mittens. Also known as the West & East Mitten Buttes. When viewed from the south, the buttes appear to be two gigantic mittens with their thumbs facing inwards.
Film director John Ford used Monument Valley as a location for many Western Hollywood movies between 1939 and 1960, and one site that featured often is now known as John Ford’s Point. A plateau overlooking a large area of Monument Valley’s desert land.
Rain God Mesa is beautiful during the evening. It towers over Monument Valley’s desert land and with other towers nearby it looks like a fortress. The Navajo have farmed the sandy soils around Rain God Mesa for centuries, bringing sustenance of the good earth to the people.
The Totem Pole is a pillar or rock spire that was once a wide butte. The spire is just one of the many striking rock formations in the valley named by non-Natives.
It’s perhaps the second best overlook and a really peaceful place. Ahead are many miles of flat land punctuated by the familiar peaks of West Mitten Butte, Merrick Butte, and East Mitten Butte.
The North Window is a gap between the edges of Elephant Butte and Cly Butte which frames East Mitten Butte. The Mittens looks different from this angle as the distinctive spire on its north side is not in view. It’s one of the most visited viewpoints.