Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. Nothing you couldn't have immediately figured out just by glancing at a MAP.
The four states that meet at their corners are: Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah.
Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico
arizona colorado utha new mexico
Arizona,Colorado,New Mexico,and Utah
Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.
No, there isn't a STREET corner where 4 different states meet. You might be thinking of Four Corners where 4 states meet.
Utah and Arizona and New Mexico and Colorado. It is called the 4 corners region
Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah all meet at a common corner. Unfortunately, the state constitutions of all four states specifically EXCLUDE Indian reservations from their state boundaries! Since the "Four Corners" is within the Navajo and Ute Indian Reservations, the "Four Corners" doesn't technically exist!
4 Corners (Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado)
There is a spot in the South-West part of the US where 4 corners of 4 states meet. It's Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico.
Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado are the 4 states that connect in the U.S.
Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. If you look at a map of the US, you will see that one corner of each of the states meet at the same point, making it possible to be in 4 states at once.
The other 3 states besides Colorado are New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah
You can be in Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico all at one time. It is called the Four Corner Region.Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Utah all meet at the "Four Corners" and it is possible to stand in all 4 states at the Four Corners Monument.
The states are not the 4 corners. The "4 corners" is the point where the bordersof four states all meet. The states are Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado.
Just a guess they led to the 4 corner states maybee