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Four Corners Monument
14 locals recommend
Tips from locals
Interesting, the only place in the United States where four states meet. Amazing to think that with just four steps you could visit Arizonza, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico in under 10 seconds.
Where else can you stand in four states at the same time. It is also a great place to get souvenirs of your visit to SW Colorado.
According to readings by the National Geodetic Survey, the Four Corners marker showing the intersection of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah is in the wrong location. ... The accurate location would be downhill to the east of U.S. 160 in Colorado and northeast of the San Juan River as it flows…
A half days trip for your first days excursion. Four Corners National Monument is the Only four states in America that meet. Take memorable and inventive unique photos in the center of all four states! You’ll be glad you stopped!
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“Seriously, you need to go here: It's the closest you'll get to feeling like you've landed on an alien planet (without all the hassle of becoming an astronaut...). About an hour drive to the parking area (Google "Bisti Parking/Access"), you can spend all day wandering around in the strange rock formations, canyons, contorted dirt mounds, and weird rock piles. Just don't forget your camera so that the people back home will actually believe you! And don't forget the water and snacks, too. There's nothing out there but, well, badlands. PS. Don't expect a trail. Just park, head through the gate, and and head toward the piles, veering right as you go. ”
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