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Canyon De Chelly National Monument

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My wife and I will be visiting Canyon De Chelly in June. Although we would like to go into the Canyon, time does not permit it on this trip.

My understanding is that there are roads above the Canyon from which you can view certain important sites. Can anyone, who may have traveled those roads, tell me if they are paved?

We will be driving a rental car, and as you all probably know there are certain restrictions on the type of roads upon which we are allowed to travel. Also, the car by its own nature will have certain restrictions as to what it can handle.

Thanks for any info.


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