When traveling the beautiful desert lands of the Southwest, it’s a must to visit the four corners region. Located within Navajo Nation, this is the only place in the US where four states intersect at one point: Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado.
We had no idea what to expect. The area is very remote, but totally worth it! We arrived via highway 160 in Colorado, and paid our entrance fee at a little shack on the way in.
The dirt parking lot was vast with great views.
Once we entered the monument, we were amazed at the plaza surrounding the center point of the four states’ connection. It was fun to take pictures, and fortunately not a lot of people were there, so we didn’t have to wait very long.
Selfie-stick shot: mandatory.
There’s always room for tacos!
We left the Four Corners Monument and headed into the magical land of southern Utah…
Even though the four corners regions are ‘naked’ lands (no woods or grasslands), there are plenty of outdoor activities to partake in, as noted on this four corners site.