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Stop At: Horseshoe Bend, Mile Marker 545, Highway 89, Page, AZ 86040
1 mile hike trail, which is both uphill and downhill. After that you'll get close enough from the edge, if you can Lol - that's about 1,000 feet down - to rock formation in the Colorado River. Horseshoe Bend is the top attraction in both the Lake Powell and Page-AZ areas.
5 $ entrance fee
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040
90min tour through the Antelope Canyon with a certified Navajo guide to see red sandstone walls with corkscrew formations, illuminated by sunlight coming down into the slots, which are simply breathtaking.
This colorful canyon is famously long and narrow with a walkable corridor at the bottom of the canyon floor. It was formed by flash floods flowing into the cracks of the Navajo sandstone which was then eroded by wind. Daylight penetrating through the narrow opening at the top creates different kinds of reflected light and colors. Antelope is the most visited slot canyon in the Southwest, partly because it is easily accessible and by the most publicized, and also since it is gorgeous and stunning, with just the right combination of depth, width, length, rock color and ambient light that makes this area a popular location for photographers and tourists from all over the world.
Entrance fee between 40.00 and 60.00
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Glen Canyon Dam Overlook, Page, AZ
Wonderful and Gorgeous Dam in Page.
Nice view of the Canyon and Lake Powell.
Duration: 20 minutes