Muley Point

 

While still a part of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Muley Point has a unique perspective on the far corner of the San Juan Arm. Here you can enjoy unrivaled views of Monument Valley, Navajo Mountain, and the deeply entrenched canyons of the San Juan River. To ensure that Muley Point remains a special place for your future visits and future generations please follow all regulations and plan accordingly. Thorough trip planning is not only your first step in having a safe and enjoyable trip, but also in protecting the natural and cultural resources in the area.

 
Panoramic view of canyons, rive, and mountain at sunset
Use these tips for your trip planning. Have a beautiful and safe experience.

Friends of Cedar Mesa

 
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Leave No Trace

Make every attempt to leave Muley Point nicer than you found it. “Take only pictures and leave only footprints” is a good reminder. Do not remove anything from the area. Leave the flowers, rocks and everything else for others to enjoy. Carry all of your trash out of the canyon, including toilet paper and other hygiene items. Do not burn or bury it.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Human Waste Disposal

  • There are no toilet facilities at Muley Point
  • Pack out all human waste, and dispose of it properly.
  • The rocky nature of the ground prevents sufficient burial of human waste, plus there are many delicate archaeological artifacts on and in the soil. Please don't dig there.
  • Use of a plastic or paper bag as a receptacle for solid human waste and/or for disposal of solid human waste is prohibited unless part of a specifically engineered bag waste containment system containing enzymes and polymers to treat human solid waste, capable of being sealed securely and state approved for disposal in ordinary trash receptacles. These specialized bags are available at most outfitter stores.
 

Check with the Friends of Cedar Mesa for more great tips about visiting Muley Point and the surrounding area with respect.

 

Steer Clear of Walls

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The Friends of Cedar Mesa want to help everyone understand the importance of observing archaeological sites without touching them.

 
View of landscape through crack in rock wall

Ian Bowers

The Friends of Cedar Mesa have more great videos about how to visit Muley Point and the surrounding area with respect.

Last updated: June 21, 2017

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

PO Box 1507
Page, AZ 86040

Phone:

(928) 608-6200
Receptionist available at Glen Canyon Headquarters from 7 am to 4 pm MST, Monday through Friday. The phone is not monitored when the building is closed.

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