|Registry Numbers||US 436, AZ 32 (view other lookouts in United States, Arizona)|
|Date Registered||July 20, 2002|
|Nominated by||Dave Lorenz, AZ/NM Registrar|
Navajo Indian Reservation
Apache County, Arizona
N 36° 15.150' W 109° 09.378' (view using Google Maps)
N 36° 15' 09" W 109° 09' 23"
N 36.252500° W 109.156300°
|Elevation||7,744 ft (2,360 m)|
|Administered by||Navajo Indian Reservation|
|Cooperators||Bureau of Indian Affairs|
Overlooking the north end of Canyon De Chelly National Monument, Black Pinnacle Lookout is a unique wood ground house reached by a series of metal steps atop on a black rock pinnacle (appropriately) with a remarkable 360-degree view. The Navajo Reservation site was constructed in 1936 and remains a key detection station.