Four Corners Monument, Teec Nos Pos

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The only place in the United States where four states intersect as one point, Four Corners Monument was originally marked in 1912 with a simple cement pad. The monument has since been renovated and now features a granite and brass pad that is decorated with flags from each state. Stand and take a photo at the crossroad. Or visit the demonstration center with Navajo artisans and pick up handmade jewelry and crafts. You'll have the opportunity to sample traditional Navajo food at nearby vendors. Take water with you--there is no running water or electricity at this site. Make Four Corners Monument a centerpiece of your Teec Nos Pos vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Teec Nos Pos day trip planner.
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  • For some resson, this site was on my bucket list. Maybe because I love geography and the fact this site is unique. If you happen to be driving near this area, it is a point of interest. Once you get....  more
    For some resson, this site was on my bucket list. Maybe because I love geography and the fact this site is unique. If you happen to be driving near this area, it is a point of interest. Once you get....  more »
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  • It’s changed considerably over the years but now, even with paid admission ($5 per person), is a still very cool. Nowhere else in our fine country can you stand in 4 states simultaneously. A wild and wonderful feeling. And if you have any native heritage or interest it’s especially enjoyable. Local vendors on site selling an array of native crafts and jewelry. Vendors are super friendly and I enjoyed several nice conversations about the history of the place and surrounding country with them.
  • I came here on a cold January day. The spot is a must see, it's pretty cool to be able to stand in 4 states at once. Even though it was the off-season there were still a half-dozen or so shops open. Just as cool as the 4-state-intersection is the handmade ( I have to day the craftsmanship was stunning) crafts sold here. The shop-keepers were friendly and helpful. Among the wares were Beautiful trinkets, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, dream-catchers, letter openers, and wall magnets made of precious metals and stones just to name a few. The food trucks did not show signs of being open for business but I was there between 9 and 10. There were also a few short hikes on site that I did not have time for. I'll be back for sure.

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