- Valley Road is located approximately 149 miles south of Moab.
- The road is 17 miles long. Driving time ranges from 45 minutes to a few hours.
- Highlights are marked by numbered markers, and include The Mittens rock formations, John Ford’s Point, and Artist’s Point, the most famous overlook in the park.
Valley Road is the only road available in Monument Valley Tribal Park. The road is 17 miles long, and though unpaved, is accessible to most cars. Due to the vast expanses between most of Monument Valley’s sites, this is the best way to experience the park. Along the way, make sure to watch out for numbered markers, highlighting the area’s most popular features.
Hours are 6am – 8:30pm from May through September, and 8am through 4:30pm October through April. Morning is the preferred time to visit, as lines at overlooks are shorter, and the light is better.
Monument Valley National Park is located approximately 149 miles south of Moab. From Moab, take US-191 south for approximately 106 miles, then head south on US-163 for 40 miles where you’ll follow signs to Monument Valley Tribal Park. Once at the park, pay the entrance fee, and follow the only dirt road in the park.
17 miles. You can finish the drive in 45 minutes, though most choose to spend considerably more time so they can enjoy the sites.
This drive is marked by numbered markers. Most of these are scenic overlooks or unique sandstone formations. There are 11 of these markers. Highlights include The Mittens, Merrick Butte, John Ford’s Point (seen in many of the famous directors westerns), as well as Artists Point, the most famous overlook in the park.