Canyon de Chelly National Monument

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  • Canyon de Chelly National Monument: Awesome! In Search Of The-Lone-Ranger and Johnny Depp as Tonto!!

    May 9, 2012 by popsrocks is a Lead on Epinions in Hotels & Travel
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Diverse
    Cons: Sudden Snow Storms in April

    Summary: One of the more remote National Monuments in Arizona is Canyon de Chelly  (pronounced "de shay") that's located in the north/eastern part of the state. The Visitors Center is in the town of Chinle.This happens to be a region of ... read more

  • Experience Anasazi Cliff Dwellings and Petroglyphs at Canyon de Chelly

    Oct 26, 2011 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Excellent views of canyon walls, cliff dwellings, petroglyphs.
    Friendly Jeep Tour with Navajo Guide essential.
    Cons: Cost.

    Summary: On our Fall Break trip to Santa Fe and the Four Corners area, we spent one morning exploring the interior of Canyon de Chelly National Monument. We were recommended to take a Jeep tour of the Canyon, and our Holiday Inn recommended Canyon Jeep Tours. We ... read more

  • Ancient & Current Peoples are Present.

    Jun 9, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Opportunity to learn Navajo culture. Small park compared to others.
    Cons: None.

    Summary: Canyon de Chelly (pronounced "d SHAY") National Monument in NE Arizona was our destination for 2 very short days recently. We are already making plans to return, &, spend more time on "the bottom". After checking out Chinle's three motels we ... read more

  • Visit Canyon de Chelly the way it was meant to be...

    Nov 3, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: It's one of the most spectacular places on earth
    Cons: It's not easy to get to, and you should take at least a week to fully experience it

    Summary: Living in Colorado and traveling frequently between my home and California via the open road, I thought I had seen it all. Then the chance of a lifetime came my way. An old friend of the family who has led Sierra Club trips for many years invited us to ... read more

  • Canyon De Chelly National Monument, gota go!!!

    Apr 30, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Really interesting canyon and people.
    Cons: Hot in the summer(100' F).

    Summary: Canyon De Chelly, a crazy, wild, and endless resource for fun, education and intellectual enrichment. This place has been a primary home-place, farming area, and waypoint for travelers for over 1000 years. The land changes constantly, and ... read more

  • Canyon the Chelly, Az

    Mar 20, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: For those who think the Grand Canyon is too big. Beautiful Anasazi dwellings.
    Cons: You have to get to the bottom of it if you want to see the dwellings.

    Summary: Canyon the Chelly is a small canyon in Northern Arizona that I liked a lot. Canyon the Chelly is a more down-to-earth canyon than the Grand Canyon (I am not a big fan of the Grand Canyon because I find it difficult to grasp its dimensions). I think it is ... read more

  • Discover Canyon de Chelly Natl Monument

    Jan 7, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: More great Arizona scenery; experience human & natural history
    Cons: Remote; hot in summer, cold in winter

    Summary: Here's another lightly-visited National Monument that, if it were located just about anyplace else, would probably enjoy much more fame & acclaim. But a great part of the joy for us in traveling through our National Park system is discovering places ... read more

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