Jagged Mountain Peak. : Stock Photo
Jagged Mountain Peak. : Stock Photo

Jagged Mountain Peak.

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El Capitan, also called Agathla by the Navajo people, is a peak south of Monument Valley, Arizona, over 1500 feet (457 meters) high. It is a few miles north of Kayenta and is visible from State Highway 163. Agathla is derived from the Navajo Indian word 'ag ha la' meaning 'much wool', apparently for the fur of antelope and deer accumulating on the rock.[2] It is considered sacred by the Navajo.

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Jagged Mountain Peak Stock PhotoArizona,Beauty In Nature,Cloud - Sky,Day,Horizontal,Kayenta,Monument Valley Tribal Park,Nature,Navajo,No People,Outdoors,Photography,Physical Geography,Rock - Object,Rock Formation,Rough,Tranquil Scene,USAPhotographer Collection: Photodisc ©Morey K. MilbradtEl Capitan, also called Agathla by the Navajo people, is a peak south of Monument Valley, Arizona, over 1500 feet (457 meters) high. It is a few miles north of Kayenta and is visible from State Highway 163. Agathla is derived from the Navajo Indian word 'ag ha la' meaning 'much wool', apparently for the fur of antelope and deer accumulating on the rock.[2] It is considered sacred by the Navajo.