Muley Point Overlook

Muley Point Overlook(梅西肯哈特)

Muley Point Overlook
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Franklin W
5 条分享
Muley Point Overlook
2021年6月
Just another scenic pull over. the view was great. That's about all I can say on this overlook. Staying in the car is good option here.
撰写日期:2021年6月28日
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RC30319
乔治亚亚特兰大1,286 条分享
Great views
2021年4月
It's not well marked, but get a Utah paper map and it's on there. Drive up the Moki Dugway (2 miles of switchbacks) and turn left at the top. Go about 4 miles or so to the overlook. Well worth the effort, The views are tremendous and there will hardly be no one there.
撰写日期:2021年5月9日
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Timothy G
Westerly, Rhode Island, United States204 条分享
Gorgeous views!
2020年10月
Gorgeous views! A must see when in the Mexican Hat area. Even if you are simply passing through make time to see Muley Point, Valley of the Gods and Goose Necks State Park. All three are just a few my it's away from each other and can be enjoyed in a single day.
撰写日期:2021年2月10日
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MaryEllenM27
蒙大拿卡利斯佩尔16,035 条分享
Muley Point is Not Well Known But Offers Stunning Views of Monument Valley in the Distance below.
2020年9月
Stunning, expansive views of Monument Valley and the Mexican Hat Valley area below. The short road into the Muley Point is rough but still passable when you drive slow. The road down the Moki Dugway later is also neat and graded gravel...a real treat. I'm not so sure about taking a big RV on the Dugway though.

If you want a heart stopping view and great photo ops...take this short drive which is just at the very top of the Moki Dugway when you are heading south from the Natural Bridges National Park area in Utah.
撰写日期:2021年1月22日
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JimmyJackk
加利福尼亚圣马可斯5,084 条分享
Spectacular views
2020年11月 • 夫妻情侣
It’s a bit of a drive to get to this overlook with 10 miles or so on dirt/rocky road depending on which direction you approach. But it’s well worth the effort once you get to the overlook.
撰写日期:2020年11月18日
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Rain B
加利福尼亚圣地亚哥46 条分享
Loved this drive
2020年11月 • 夫妻情侣
Even though this was an out and back drive and was super steep, it was fun with great views of Valley of the gods. We found a pull off with a small walk to an over look in a ‘window’ to the other side of the valley.
撰写日期:2020年11月15日
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Cynthia K
印第安那Westville2,917 条分享
Outstanding!
2020年9月
So, we had blown by the scenic view at Moki Dugway & I whined until my husband turned around & went back. We turned around at an unmarked gravel road at the top left, just before the road went back to blacktop.
While we were admiring the view, another car drove up & the guy started talking to us about the dugway & Muley Point. I told him I wanted to see Muley Point, but I didn't know where the road was to get there. He told us the unmarked road was it! Thank God for him!!
He told us there was no sign (he said on purpose). He said just keep driving to the end.

What a FANTASTIC view!! So glad we didn't miss it. It was fabulous.
Lots of people boondock here. We passed a lot of trailers & class c campers as well as tents. It's very windy at the point.

One other thing - if it's been raining & there's standing water in the road - DON"T TRY TO DRIVE THROUGH IT! You will sink down & be stuck.
撰写日期:2020年10月21日
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Kirk E
新墨西哥圣菲998 条分享
exhilarating!
2020年9月
Muley Point marks the start (or finish, depending on your direction) of the "Moqui Dugway," one of the most impressive and harrowing set of switchbacks in the U.S. The views here are very nearly 360-degrees, looking out on some of the oldest and most striking geological formations in the Southwest. Driving the switchbacks (originally carved out of the rock to facilitate uranium mining transport) is an exhilarating experience -- one not recommended for campers, trailers and other large vehicles, so heed the signs on Hwy 261.
撰写日期:2020年9月23日
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Deserted Dave
新墨西哥352 条分享
Free camping, awesome views, solitude
2020年4月
If you want/need solitude, with awesome scenery, Muley Point is one of many free campsites in this area. This was (one of) my go-to campsite during my stint of homelessness and coronavirus "lockdown". Since the government thought I was "safer" staying at Walmarts, all State & National Parks campgrounds had been closed. Luckily, dispersed camping inn this area was still wide open. My campsite (the location of which will remain undisclosed) offered me privacy and awesome views, and having to cross the Moki Dugway to get to it was a big plus. Granted, it's a few miles to get to the Chevron station in Mexican Hat, but that's only a minor annoyance. It is a bit windy at times, so consider that before making a campfire. Free camping, peace & quiet, and awesomeness make Muley Point a must-see/must-stay location.
撰写日期:2020年6月19日
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pjdcolorado
科罗拉多Fruitvale65 条分享
Stunning Views - Definitely worth the trip. Bucket List Item
2020年3月
We were traveling from Grand Junction, Colorado to Flagstaff, Arizona and we had heard that this was worth the "side trip." We are surrounded by mountains in Grand Junction and we have the Black Canyon in Gunnison, Colorado nearby-- all of which are beautiful. But this?!? I couldn't even put it into words and I'm a writer. It's spectacular.

I want to clarify just a bit on Richard's review. We entered from the north like he refers to as an option. When entering from the north (by taking 95 to the west just south of Blanding and onto the 261), as soon as you get on 261 you are greeted by a sign that says 10% Grade, Switchbacks, Narrow Gravel Road 23 miles ahead.

Writing this now I see that we must have not seen the "23 miles ahead" and we kept waiting and waiting for the switchbacks. Muley Point was a turnoff to the right immediately BEFORE the switchbacks begin. The 22.5 miles to Muley Point was on a paved road. The couple of miles up to the Muley Point Overlook was on a dirt road (impassable if wet - but we had a dry day.)

After visiting Muley Point and meeting some German travelers, we headed back down and then we continued on 261 and THEN the switchbacks started. We were in a Toyota Tacoma on a dry, sunny, beautiful day and it was awesome. In some parts it was like the million dollar highway in Colorado with the drop offs but there is plenty of road. BUT if you did not want to go that way, you could turn around and go back out the way you came. But I would highly suggest the switchbacks which is called Moki Dugway.

Our German friends that we met suggested we go see Goosenecks State Park. That was just a 3 mile detour (on our way to Flagstaff after the Moki Dugway.) That was a beautiful view as well of the San Juan River.
撰写日期:2020年3月5日
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