A visit to Hogback Trading Company is as much a part of the Four Corners experience as a visit to the Four Corners Monument is. Established in 1871 by Joseph Wheeler this post quickly became an institution in the daily lives of the Navajo people. Alabaster sculptors, silversmiths, weavers and young artisans of all forms have been encouraged by the Wheeler family for over 125 years.
Today, Tom Wheeler, fourth generation trader, continues the traditions of his great-grandfather and maintains a highly regarded reputation with artisans and collectors. Tom's hospitality, knowledge regarding this areas history and the most extensive inventories of Navajo Rugs keeps visitors returning!
This 10,000 square foot hogan shaped Trading Post carries some of the finest Native American art available in the Four Corners area featuring Native American jewelry, Navajo baskets, Navajo rugs and the largest collection of alabaster sculptures in the region.