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Top Answers To Canyon de Chelly National Monument Travel Questions
You do have to get a guide to hike down to the ruins. If you click on the link below, a page on Away.com will pop up that will give you the information that you need on how to book the tour, prices, etc. Happy hiking! http://bit.ly/cEFrTu
Answer this1 AnswerAbsolutely. Cottonwood campground is located 1/2 mile from the visitor center. The campground is open year-around. Individuals are limited to a five-day stay and camp sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. From April through October facilities include restrooms, picnic tables, water and a dump station. From November through March the facilities include portable toilets and picnic tables. Water is not available during the winter months. There are no shower facilities. You can also arrange horseback riding that combines saddling up for a days exploration of the Canyon and sleeping in designated campsites along the way. Group sites are available and can be reserved 90 days in advance. Recreational vehicles are allowed in the campground. The maximum length is 35 feet.
Answer this1 AnswerThunderbird Lodge (http://vacation.away.com/hotels/travel-ld-cid8855-canyon-de-chelly-national-monument-hotelid830238-thunderbird-lodge-hotel.html) in nearby Chinle is Canyon de Chelly's only authorized off-road concessionaire. Half- and full-day tours are available ($46 and $74, respectively). More info at: http://bit.ly/c3hhp5
Answer this2 AnswersWe offer Unimog Group and Private Jeep/Suv tours into Canyon de Chelly National Monument (AZ). And, we have over 2700 archaeological sites with over 700 standing ruins. All Navajo tour guides are authorized by the National Park Service. Go to: http://www.canyondechellytours.com Tel: (928) 674-5433.