Discover the main loop of the Monument Valley Tribal Park on this guided Jeep tour to the Totem Pole, Artist’s Point, and other iconic spots.
- Private Jeep (2 People)
- Private Jeep (3 People)
- Private Jeep (4 People)
Visit Monument Valley Natural Landmarks on a Jeep Tour
Cover more ground on this longer tour option and see many of the amazing landmarks and sights that the Monument Valley has to offer. Roy Black’s Guided Tours offers the best Monument Valley Jeep tours in the area for visitors who want to see everything the desert has to offer.
Discover the main loop of Monument Valley Tribal Park on a guided tour. Our Jeep tours start at the Mitten View Campground and take us to John Ford’s Point, named for film director John Ford. This site was featured in so many westerns, like Ford’s Stagecoach, that it is now known as John Ford’s Point. The lookout is comprised of a promontory located at the edge of a plateau that overlooks a large area of rippling desert land, dotted with a few isolated peaks, making for unique photo opportunities.
We drive on to Totem Pole View, known for the slender rock spire, Totem Pole. Gaze at this interesting structure that has been touched by erosion and weather over the years. We also drive to Artist’s Point, another picturesque lookout. See Spearhead Mesa to the east. This lookout is often peaceful and less crowded than other spots in the valley.
Our final stop brings us to North Window, a break between the edges of Cly Butte and Elephant Butte. Enjoy distinct views of the landscape from a unique angle before we drive back to the starting point of our tour.
All of our guides are knowledgeable about the area and are happy to share local information with you!
Book a Monument Valley Jeep tour to visit these iconic locations.
Please note that the minimum occupancy is two people and the maximum occupancy is four people.