Where is Hovenweep National Monument? What does Hovenweep mean? | Where is Map

Where is Hovenweep National Monument? What does Hovenweep mean?

Where is Hovenweep National Monument?

There are many godforsaken corners in the USA, especially in the (south)west. The little-visited Hovenweep National Monument in Utah’s far southeast is definitely in one of these.

For this area “lonely” is still bragging, Käffer like Aneth or Mexican has elaborate to urban centers, a main connection Road (north-south) is partly gravel (UT 261 aka Moki Dugway), supermarkets à la Safeway, Albertsons, Walmart: largely missing. Gourmets will also long search for their beloved fast food gourmet stamps.

The Four Corners area is not made interesting by civilisation with all its predominantly consumer-oriented attractions(flooding), but by the abundance of scenic and cultural sights, with the Hovenweep National Monument rather belonging to the latter category.

Hours:
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours
Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Established: March 2, 1923
Visitors: 39,970 (in 2017)
Phone: (970) 562-4282

Where is Hovenweep National Monument? What does Hovenweep mean?
Where is Hovenweep National Monument? What does Hovenweep mean?

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