interpretive trails with some good views and
||Navajo National Monument is
located east of Page or west of Kayenta on
Highway 160. Between mile post 374 & 375 on
Highway 160, turn north at the sign for the
Monument on Route 564 and drive 9 miles to the
Surprisingly enough, there is no fee to enter,
camp or hike in the Monument.
||Passenger Car - paved all the way
begin behind the visitor center.
Sandal Trail: Is a 1 mile (roundtrip)
interpretive trail which winds it's way along a
paved path to a cliff which overlooks the
Aspen Forest Overlook Trail: This 0.8
mile (roundtrip) interpretive trail splits off
to the left about 100 yards down the Sandal
Trail and leads down a series of steps to the
head of Betatakin Canyon.
Both trails offer signs which identify local
plants in the area and some of ways Native
Americans put them to use in their daily lives.
|Rating (1-5 stars):
There is not much to these trails, but they
offer some good information and nice views.
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