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Easy short hike or just hang at the entrance where there's a monument to the Navajo Codespeakers of WWII. Informative and easy to see why it was considered a spiritual and sacred place by the original inhabitants.
Reviewing the Dine (Navajo) nation is an impossible task because it is the largest reservation in the country and is spread over such varied terrain in parts of three states (Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah). I am puzzled at how the res is only the...More
We had a chance to stop at the Navajo Reservation for shopping, snacks and some sightseeing. It is an interesting detour on the way to the Grand Canyon. This is where you can buy authentic American Indian crafts--although there were some " Made In China"...More
Traveling through this great nation, and it is truly great, one finds friendly, warm and welcoming people. There are such long stretches of road where one can look over miles and miles of land. I found horses trotting along the road as well as sheep...More
Spent the day driving through Navajo Nation on our way from the Grand Canyon to New Mexico. What beautiful country and lovely people. We had a chance to stop at restaurants museums shop and even the zoo at Window Rock. I highly recommend visiting at...More
I've worked in the area over 12 years and finally got the chance to hike to Window Rock. I love all the accessible trails and always encourage others to get out and enjoy the lush views and exercise on a daily basis if they can....More
I lived on the reservation with my family mid 50's while my Dad ran a rock crusher on the reservation. We lived in a large one room cabin, no running water, or electricity. We hauled water from the trading post. My siblings and I had...More
The drive from Gallup to the Navajo reservation is beautiful with the scenery of New Mexico and Arizona in full view. Once you enter the reservation and see Window Rock, you realize what a great and special place the reservation is. The beauty is quite...More
This place is a must see if you are in the area. Besides the fact that it is "the capital" for the indians, it is with stunning nature.
There are markets with the silver jewellery the navaho are known for. And other handcrafted items.
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There is a parking lot about 100 yards from the rock itself and the zoo nearby too. The park dedicated to the navajo trackers is right below the rock and is very cute. If you want to hike up to the rock you can too, but we... More
There is a parking lot about 100 yards from the rock itself and the zoo nearby too. The park dedicated to the navajo trackers is right below the rock and is very cute. If you want to hike up to the rock you can too, but we didnt need to.