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Four Corners

Adventure to the Wild West in the area known as the Four Corners - where the borders of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah meet. Discover spectacular landscapes, majestic mesas, breathtaking deserts views, multi-color cliffs, deep canyons, and the Navajo and Hopi cultures. 


  • Tour the Colorado Scenic Byway, the Trail of the Ancients. This journey consists of many archaeological sites such as the Hovenweep National Monument, the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, and Mesa Verde National Park.

  • Spend an afternoon exploring Mesa Verde National Park to witness impressively preserved Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings, exhibits highlighting Native American culture, and panoramic canyon views from the Sun Point Overlook.

  • Ride the Durango Train along the iconic Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad line, which was initially created in 1882 to haul silver and gold ore. Now, this historic train takes passengers along a windy journey though Colorado's mountainous magnificence.

  • Wander through the scenic splendors of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. This iconic symbol of the American West is home to rugged landscapes and the heart of the Navajo Nation. Here, you can enjoy hiking, jeep tours, horseback riding, or stargazing.

  • Visit Lake Powell, a reservoir straddling the borders of Utah and Arizona. Whether you choose to go boating, hiking, fishing, or camping – you will enjoy a magical experience while floating on blue waters reflecting red-rock canyon walls.

  • Marvel at the incredible landscapes in Arches National Park. This area is known for having thousands natural sandstone arches and other geological formations – including the mysterious Balanced Rock.

  • You can’t visit the Four Corner without experiencing the thrill of standing in four states at once! This is the only place in the country where four states come together.

Good to know

  • Extend travels further into Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado for more extensive exposure to the cultures of the ancient and modern Native American Tribes​

  • All four states have relatively dry climates low humidity year-round

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