Four Corners Marker
Lonely Planet review for Four Corners Marker
Don't be shy: do a spread eagle for the folks on top of the four corners marker that signifies you're in four states at once. It makes a good photograph, even if it's not 100% accurate - an April 2009 news story had government surveyors admitting that the marker is almost 2000ft east of where it should be, but that the marker is a legally recognized border point, regardless. Put a foot into Arizona and plant the other in New Mexico. Slap a hand in Utah and place the other in Colorado.