A sweeping view of Monument Valley from the North Window overlook (I think)
This famous lookout point is named to honour movie director, John Ford
There’s no mistaking Monument Valley Tribal Park.
As you approach you realise you’ve seen it many times before—in advertisements, holiday brochures, television and movies, especially American westerns.
Director John Ford used the location in about 10 of his films, including Stagecoach, which won two Academy Awards and made John Wayne a star. Ford once said Monument Valley was the ‘most complete, beautiful and peaceful place on earth’.
The valley is featured in more than 20 other movies. Forrest Gump ended his cross-country run there. Or maybe you recognise it from 2001: A space odyssey or Back to the future III or Thelma and Louise.
Cars are parked where Forrest Gump ended his cross-country run in the movie of the same name
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