Stelios Valtzis

Stelios Valtzis

Window Rock is a window formation of sandstone. Until 1936 was known only by its ceremonial name Niʼ Ałníiʼgi ("Center of the World"). Navajos soon ridiculed it as "ni ałnííʼgóó" (~ "into your middle (parts)"). Due to this, the name of the major local landmark, the
The Navajo Nation is an Indigenous American[3] territory covering about 17,544,500 acres (71,000 km2; 27,413 sq mi), occupying portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico in the United States. This is the largest land area retained by an indigenous tribe in the United States. The reservation, originally straddling the Arizona-New Mexico border, has expanded several times since its establishment in 1868 to include most of northeastern Arizona, a sizable portion of northwestern New Mexico, and most of the area south of the San Juan River in southeastern Utah. It is one of a few indigenous nations whose reservation lands overlap its traditional homelands.
US 160 begins at US 89 near the western edge of Navajo Nation. Near Tuba City, it intersects State Route 264. It goes through Tonalea and Cow Springs before entering Kayenta, where it intersects U.S. Route 163. It continues northeast through Dennehotso, then
Willow Creek Pass is a mountain pass, its elevation is 3,707 feet (1,130 m). The pass is near the head of Willow Creek. The pass is approximately 18.8 miles (30¾ km) from Thompson Falls and near the community of Sanders. The pass is also on the
Targhee Pass is a mountain pass located on the Continental Divide in the Henrys Lake Mountains, along the border between southeastern Idaho and southwestern Montana, at an elevation of 7,072 feet (2,156 m) above sea level. The pass is named for
Skalkaho Falls
The Skalkaho Pass,"many trails" , 7,258 feet (2,212 m) above sea level, is a pass in the Sapphire Mountains in southwest Montana traversed by Montana Highway 38. The road over the pass connects the towns of Hamilton in the Bitterroot Valley and Philipsburg in
Rogers Pass is a mountain pass that rises 5,610 feet (1,710 m) above sea level and is located on the Continental Divide. The pass is adjacent to Helena National Forest and is traversed by Montana Highway 200, providing the shortest route between
Raynolds Pass, elevation 6,844 feet (2,086 m), is a mountain pass on the Montana-Idaho border in the Rocky Mountains, United States. The pass is on the Continental Divide, and is traversed by a state highway 87. The pass is named for Captain William
Pipestone Pass is a mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of Montana in the United States. It sits on the Continental Divide in Silver Bow County, Montana, 10 miles south of Butte, Montana in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest at an elevation of