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Expanding over 27,000 square miles across most of northeastern Arizona, majority of Navajo Nation is located atop the Colorado Plateau. Navajo only known to many as home to the majestic Monument Valley; with an area larger than ten of the U.S. States there are plenty of serene locations waiting to be brought to life thru the lens. With a large variation in altitude throughout the Navajo Nation the landscape various from deserts, lakes, canyons, forest to mountains.

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AZ Scenic Highway 77 offers views of beautiful and unique landscape including glimpses of the Painted Desert's colorful scenery. The highway starts south of Highway 264 - 4.5 miles southeast of Jeddito, AZ, 17 miles west of Steamboat, AZ, 10 miles north of White Cone, AZ. A full stretch of 256 miles, Highway 77 starts on the Navajo Nation and continues south to Tucson, AZ.

AZ Scenic Highway 77

This unique rock formation located along Route 160 gets its name from the eroded walls that resembles clinging babies. 11 miles west of Dennehotso, AZ, 16 miles east of Kayenta, AZ.

Baby Rocks Mesa

At an elevation of 8,482 feet above the community of Lukachukai, AZ the overlook offers incredible views of the surrounding area and mountain side. Campgrounds are alongside the road. Overlook has view of Shiprock Pinnacle and smaller monuments in Red Valley, NM. 9 miles east of Lukachukai, AZ, 42 miles southwest of Shiprock, NM

Buffalo Pass

Agathla Peak is apart of the Navajo Volcanic Field located in the southern Colorado Plateau. This volcanic plug rises over 1500 feet above the surrounding terrain. 8 miles north of Kayenta, AZ, 20 miles south of Monument Valley, UT.

Agathla Peak

This small lake is located in the Chuska Mountains, ~13 miles northeast of Crystal, NM. Travel Indian Route 32 driving 8 miles past Crystal until you come to a dirt path on the north side of the road with a wooden sign to Berland Lake. The lake is 5.5 miles north from the main road.

Berland Lake

A beautiful canyon in the heart of the Navajo Nation, Canyon de Chelly is an important landmark to the Navajo People. The canyon offers several overlooks and walking trails to explore, including the Spider Rock overlook, White House Trail, and more. 1 mile west of Chinle, AZ

Canyon De Chelly

A winding steep road leads up to this gateway to Lake Powell and Page, AZ. This stretch of State Route 89A inclines roughly 1,000 feet in elevation for 3 miles and offers stunning views of the Arizona canyonland and desert. 22 miles south of Page, AZ.

Antelope Pass

Located on the south side of Navajo Service Route 9, 4-5 miles passed Brimhall, NM, this small arch sits at the the opening of Big Spring Canyon. The canyon is not deep; however, it is very distinctive when driving on Route 9.

Big Spring Arch

A beautiful canyon hidden in the hills of Coyote Canyon. The canyon can be accessed from Indian Route 9, west of Brimhall, taking Indian Service Route 371 for 5 miles on unpaved road - will have to walk to canyon from the road.

Coyote Canyon

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