The Southern Four Corners Group of parks - Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, and Navajo National Monument - in response to Public Health Emergency Order No. 2021-013 issued by Navajo Department of Health, is announcing modifications to operations in compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols and applicable Public Health Orders.The group of parks are currently open, however, facilities remain closed until Monday, July 12, 2021, when SOFO will offer limited services to support reopening of the Navajo Nation. The following services and operations will be available starting July 12, 2021:
Canyon de Chelly National Monument:
Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site:
Navajo National Monument:
Regular business hours for the facilities will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The parks will provide limited in-person visitor information; and offer limited educational activities (hikes, walks, tours, programs). Lower Aspen Trail at Navajo National Monument is closed for safety reasons and White House Overlook and Trail at Canyon de Chelly National Monument is also closed because of safety and law enforcement concerns. Hikes to Keet Seel at Navajo National Monument will not be offered this season.
Part IV of order states: Pursuant to Navajo Nation Resolution No. CJN-36-21, signed into law on July 6, 2021, the Nation’s roads are reopened to Visitors and Tourists, all Navajo Nation enterprises and Navajo businesses are open to Navajo citizens and non-Navajo tourists and visitors, in compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols and applicable Public Health Orders.
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Last updated: July 9, 2021