1. Zhou Yu

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    This is no national park, but the scenery is speculator. There are many breathtaking views, which are simply unearthly. But the view is in stark contrast to the living condition of local natives. The park is poorly managed. While the entrance fee is not trivial, there is little information about the park and about its early inhabitants and geological features. There is only one hiking trail, the Wild Cat, which is poorly marked and managed. It says 3.2 miles. In fact, the total length was 4.2 miles. The road is in bad condition. There are too many roadside shops trying to sell Navajo jewelries. All in all, spectacular place but badly managed.

  2. Matthew Adjemian

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    What an incredible place to visit. We visited in November 2014 and couldn’t have had a better time. The park is NOT part of the National Park System, so annual passes do you no good here. The entrance fee is $20/vehicle. This is good for two consecutive days of visiting according to the lady from whom we purchased the entrance ticket. Although when we came back just before sunset, there was nobody manning the booth, so it would have just been the honor system at that point. There is a 19 mile driving route on dirt roads that takes you around the park with about a dozen stopping points for vistas. The road is rough, so expect the trip to take at least an hour and a half to drive plus at least another hour or so for stopping and taking photos. There aren’t many hiking paths in the park as the Navajo don’t want you tramping off the road anywhere you like, though there is a trail near the campground that lets you walk around some of the buttes and spires. It was a magical experience watching the sunset here as it evoked all the memories from my childhood of how the “west” should look.If you drive about 13 miles north of this park on Highway 163 you’ll come to a small crest in the road that provides iconic views of the north side of the park. This is the spot used in many photos and movies, including the Forrest Gump scene where he decides to stop running. It’s a beautiful view at sunrise and it’s free!

  3. Alvaro Bernal

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    Best experience in the USA. The scenary is awesome you feel like you are on a cowboy movie the only difderence you seeing it on reality. The sunset is amazing and best of all you can move around with your car without being charged

  4. Michael Buchholz

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    This is a beautiful place with cool rock formations. However, it’s not a national park so they charge way too much. $20 just to get in for 1-4 people, then you can drive on very rough road in your veh but I recommend4x4 and a helmet. Or take a tour in open air veh for $65/person. Gift shop is extremely expensive. I enjoyed the views but cost almost wasn’t worth it. Best to take your own vehicle half way and turn around. Full road takes 15 miles and 3 hours

  5. Ed Richter

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    They had new, clean restrooms and showers. The views were amazing. Staff was helpful, but the place was difficult to find at night because it is in Arizona but it has Utah address.