Elephant's Feet, Tonalea Coconino County

3.2
#175 of 184 in Nature in Arizona
Geologic Formation · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • We were on our way to Four Corners Monument and my son suggested we stop here to stretch our leg as. The grandsons enjoyed running around and climbing on the rocks, and it was interesting to see that....  more
    We were on our way to Four Corners Monument and my son suggested we stop here to stretch our leg as. The grandsons enjoyed running around and climbing on the rocks, and it was interesting to see that....  more »
  • Super quick stop along hwy 160 in AZ. We had visited Dinosaur Treks just west along the highway and then drove to this, pulled over to take some photos of us between the giant 'elephant feet' before.....  more
    Super quick stop along hwy 160 in AZ. We had visited Dinosaur Treks just west along the highway and then drove to this, pulled over to take some photos of us between the giant 'elephant feet' before.....  more »
  • Located right next to the highway with a pull-off to park and get out to view these geological formations, these two massive formations are unique. Take the five minutes and park to get out and snap....  more
    Located right next to the highway with a pull-off to park and get out to view these geological formations, these two massive formations are unique. Take the five minutes and park to get out and snap....  more »
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  • This place is super cool and just right off of the road. It is free to pull over and park and look at! They are stunning up close!
  • Amazing! The Creator is the most talented artist ever, nobody compares
  • Neat to see but not large motorhome friendly especially if you are towing. Not a lot of flat space or ability to turn around. getting back on highway is also a concern.
  • Your riding down the highway and then boom,there they are.Right on the side of the road
  • Super cool random stop on a long boring road!! Nice place to potty the pups and stretch your legs. Very clean and quiet. I felt very safe.

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