How to Find Us
95 Monument Valley Rd, Monument Valley, UT 84536
We are located on Monument Valley Rd, one mile west of US Hwy 163 in Monument Valley, UT
Elevation of the Valley Floor: 5,200 ft above sea level
Latitude 37.008501 / Longitude -110.188461
Travel to Monument Valley
- Distance west of US-163 Intersection: 0.9 miles
- Distance west of Monument Valley High School / Cougar Lane: 0.7 miles
- Distance west of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park entrance: 4.2 miles
- Distance west of The View Lodge & Restaurant: 4.6 miles
- Distance east of Goulding’s Lodge, Gas Station, Laundry, Deli and Grocery Store: 0.9 miles
- Distance southwest of Mexican Hat, UT: 22 miles
- Distance north of Kayenta, AZ: 25 miles
- Distance southwest of Bluff, UT: 47 miles
- Distance northwest of Canyon de Chelly National Monument: 92 miles
- Distance west of Four Corners Monument: 101 miles
- Distance east of Antelope Canyon Navajo Tribal Park: 118 miles
- Distance south of Arches National Park: 151 miles
- Distance northeast of Grand Canyon Village (south rim): 177 miles
- Distance east of Zion National Park: 228 miles
- Page Municipal Airport (PGA): 127 miles
- Cortez Municipal Airport (CEZ): 143 miles
- Moab Canyonlands Field (CNY): 164 miles
- Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG): 178 miles
- Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX): 320 miles
- Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ): 362 miles
- Salt Lake International Airport (SLC): 382 miles
- Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS): 403 miles
- Denver International Airport (DEN): 524 miles
Local Civilian Airports
- Monument Valley Airport (UXR): 1 mile
- Kayenta Airport (MVM): 29 miles
- Blanding Municipal Airport (BDG): 68 miles
Monument Valley Climate
Planning Your Trip
- Summers are hot and dry – with July daytime highs around 92°F / 33°C. You can expect occasional thunderstorms in the high desert at any time of the year. Be prepared for rain with no advance notice.
- Winters are cold and sometimes windy – with January overnight lows around 18°F / -8°C. Our Insulated Tipis may not provide adequate protection from the cold unless you provide your own sub-zero sleeping bags and heavy winter clothing.
- For your safety, closed-toe athletic or hiking shoes are recommended at all times in Red Rock country. Closed-toe hiking shoes or boots with good traction are strongly recommended for all hikes. Flip-flops and sandals quickly fill with sand and do not protect against rocks, dirt and cactus thorns.
- Wide-brimmed hats, sunglasses and sunblock are strongly recommended even when the skies are cloudy, to protect against sunburn. Layered clothing is advised.
- Always keep plenty of extra water in your vehicle and take water with you whenever you walk.
- Always hike with a buddy, never alone.
- Navajo Nation regulations strictly prohibit leaving marked roadways unless accompanied by Navajo Guide. Always adhere to travel restriction signs.