Southern Utah Region

The Valley of the Gods is a scenic sandstone valley near Mexican Hat and south of Bluff. It has similar rock formations to Monument Valley with tall, reddish-brown mesas, buttes, and towers. It can be toured via a 17-mile gravel road that winds around the formations. The road is rather bumpy in parts but is passable by non-4WD vehicles in dry weather. 

The western end joins Utah Hwy 261 shortly before its 1,200ft ascent up Cedar Mesa at Moki Dugway, while the eastern end starts along US 163 and heads north. The valley is public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management. There are no entrance fees and no services.