Four Corners Monument is a 0.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Shiprock, New Mexico that offers scenic views. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for walking.
Four Corners Monument and Navaho Tribal Park The only place in the USA that four states have a common border
Did it, but not super exciting.
If you're already in the area then it's worth the stop. No difficult hiking, it's just a neat thing to see.
Nice visit to 4 states at one time.
Not really a hike but a waking loop, something to see and do.
Not a trail. :)
Went with family many years ago. As some have said not really a trail
As other reviewers have mentioned, four states corner together here but it is certainly not a trail. It will cost you $5 per person to enter and check it out. There are vendors on all sides of the monument selling trinkets and such. It is nice to say you've been there and maybe buy a souvenir. It's only 0.4 miles off of U.S. Highway 160 if you happen to be passing by. There are bathrooms on site and you can buy food ("Indian Tacos" and more while I was there).
I suppose that it's cool to be in four states at once, but there's not much here except a circle on the ground.
Fun thing to go visit to say you've done it. The only place where you can stand in four states at one time.
This is not really a trail; just something to say you've been there. It is the only place in the USA where four state borders meet: Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. The Navaho Indians sell trinkets to the public, and you can get a photo on the spot where the states meet. I was there in the late 1960's, and the visitor center was not there, and it was not that crowded.