Fodor's Expert Review Four Corners Monument
The Navajo Nation manages this interesting landmark about 65 miles southeast of Bluff and 6 miles north of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona. Primarily a photo-op, you'll also find Navajo and Ute artisans selling authentic jewelry and crafts, as well as traditional foods. It's the only place in the United States where four states meet at one single point. Surveyors now believe the monument—a stone and metal marker sitting at the intersection of Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico—is at least 1,800 feet east of the correct spot. Bring plenty of water. You'll need cash for the entry fee. No cards or checks are accepted and the nearest ATM is miles away.