In the southeast corner of Utah is San Juan County. Also referred to as Canyon Country, it sits at the famous Four Corners of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. The area is known to be home to the Navajo Tapestry: cultural landmarks set among sweeping landscapes that were once home to the Hopi, Navajo, and Ute tribes.
Dying for a view of these breath-taking scenes? Why not drive the Trail of the Ancients, a five-day route bringing you past ancient cultural and geographical points of interest such as the Natural Bridges Monument, the Four Corners Monument, and the Three Kiva Pueblo – to name a few.
Along the way you’ll travel Utah State Route 261 which contains the legendary Moki Dugway.