This area, in the northeast of the state, is the definition of remote. It’s a long drive from most of Arizona’s other attractions, but it draws in a lot of photographers because of the beautiful landscape. The canyon itself is long and deep, filled with spires and hoodoos, and has red and white colored rocks around the rim. The land is part of the Navajo Nation, so you can’t enter the canyon itself without a guide and permit.

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