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Four Corners

The Four Corners area -- where the borders of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah meet symbolizes the Wild West.  The Four Corners region has spectacular landscapes, with majestic mesas, rainbow-hued deserts, towering buttes, multicolored cliffs, deep canyons, a huge cliff-rimmed reservoir, and even a meteorite crater.  Many National Parks are located in the Four Corners region including one of the richest archaeological zones in America, Mesa Verde, Bryce Canyon, Zion, Arches, Lake Powell, the Grand Canyon and the Petrified Forest. While this region certainly offers plenty of scenery, it also provides one of the nation's most fascinating cultural experiences. This is American Indian country, the homeland of both the Navajo and the Hopi. 

Highlights

  • Wander among the scenic splendors of Monument Valley

  • Go boating on Lake Powell, with its miles of blue water mirroring red-rock canyon walls hundreds of feet high

  • Ride the Durando & Silverton Narow Gauge Railroad 

  • Stand in four states at once 

  • Marvel at the amazing natural landscape in Arches National Park 

  • Travel the 116-mile Trail of the Ancients, America's only National Scenic Byway dedicated solely to archaeology

  • Visit the Cliff Palace of Mesa Verde 

  • The San Juan Skyway is a 236-mile loop called the "most beautiful drive in America" 

Good To Know

  • Those particularly interested in the ancient and modern Native American tribes of the region will want to continue their travels into Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. 

  • The Four Corners is best visited in late spring, summer or early fall.