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Muley Point Overlook, Mexican Hat
(4.8/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • The road to Muley Point is unpaved but was doable with a normal car. The view is super nice, all the way to Monument Valley ... It was nice and quiet. Then take the 261 and 163. Beautiful drive.
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  • This point is absolutely worth it. You should be on a dirt road with potholes ... An SUV is advisable. View is phenomenal!
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  • The overlook can be reached from the Moki Dugway (first left at the top of Dugway), or if coming from the north via 261. The overlook is at the end of a gravel road. On a clear day, the major formatio...  more »
  • Its fun to drive on this windy gravel road up the mountain. You dont need 4wd (at least if it is dry) and there is usually enough space to pass other cars. The viewpoint offers astonishing views on a huge area. And the best part of it: there are only a few tourists, youre basically alone.
  • Very unique and scenic road. Fine for a standard car, I was in a Honda Civic. Definitely worth choosing this route of your travels take you in this area. Take your time, and enjoy the views on the way. Definitely want to do this drive in the daytime.
  • Awesome twisty highway. We had no idea there was anything like it here. Breathtaking views. Everybody should do it.
  • Google Maps took me on this route from Natural Bridges Natl. Monument to north side of Grand Canyon - didn't realize that route included this feature - but what a fun surprise - incredible views, scary switchbacks. Ok for cars, if you're in RV or towing trailer, take alt. route.
  • A must do! I am not really comfortable with heights, but I had to drive this road. I liked it so much that I went down it and drove back up!