Amazing views of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam and Bridge and sweeping red rock vistas. In depth tour of the dam - going from the top, all the way to the bottom into the electricity generation plant. The kids had fun and were very interested.
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Our troop went on a Summer Adventure and decided to do tent camping on this trip through the National Parks in Arizona. One of our stops was the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. During our three days here, we decided to take a tour of...More
We took the tour of the Glen Canyon Dam offered in the Visitor Center. It cost us $4 each (Seniors). We went on the dam and then down into the dam 500+ feet and then to the generator room. 45 minute tour that was very...More
On our way to Page, AZ we stopped and were able to get on a tour within the hour. It's nice break from a long drive. Security is tight and you can only bring wallets and cameras. Tours are cancelled if it's too windy and...More
This is an impressive spot just out of town. There is a good Visitors Center here that give the history and construction of Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. It provides great views over the dam. You can also take a tour of the dam...More
At the Visitor Center, we signed up a day ahead for a 2 PM 45-minute tour on a Saturday. You cannot bring backpacks. Only a few items, shown in the lobby at the VC are allowed during the tour, for security reasons. After security check,...More
You must stop here when in Page! Unforgettable, educational, and awe-inspiring! Many great viewpoints - from inside of the visitor's center plus you can walk across the bridge for a full view of the dam. The fence also has key holes for your camera. With...More
We learned so much about the amazing construction of this dam. Our tour guide was excellent, and she explained the inner workings of the turbines in a way that was clear and understandable. The tour was 45 minutes long and very interesting. Highly recommend!