• The Great Gallery in Horseshoe Canyon, Canyonlands National Park: In a remote and hard-to-reach section of Canyonlands National Park is the Great Gallery, an 80-foot-long panel of rock art dating back several thousand years. It's one of the biggest and best prehistoric murals you'll find anywhere.

  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park: You've seen Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park immortalized in movies, on TV, and in advertisements. While the Old West may be gone, many Navajos still call this area home. A Navajo guide can give you the Navajo perspective on this majestic land and take you to areas not otherwise open to visitors.

  • Hovenweep National Monument: This deserted valley contains some of the most striking and isolated archaeological sites in the Four Corners: the remains of curious sandstone towers built more than 700 years ago. These mysterious structures keep archaeologists guessing.

  • Mesa Verde National Park: The largest archaeological preserve in the country is also home to the most impressive cliff dwellings in the Southwest. The sites run the gamut from simple pit houses to extensive cliff dwellings, all fascinating to explore.
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