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Horseshoe Bend is the intimate Grand Canyon experience (although technically located in Glen Canyon.) The trailhead to this 3/4 mile hike is located just outside of Page, Arizona. It overlooks one of the most spectacular views on the Colorado River...more
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Parking lot is currently closed and soon there will be a charge to view Horseshoe Bend. There is a shuttle running from hwy 98. $5 per person. Many cars are parked on side of road near the bend but we heard tickets of about $140...More
Located just outside Page, AZ - this is a wonder to see.
The car park is under construction and you needed to take a shuttle bus to the destination for $5 - WORTH IT. It is about 3/4 a mile walk to the bend, but...More
This place is so beautiful to observe. A great place to sit and just be. Its a short walk from the car park area but once you're there you can take it all in. Its basically mother nature once again at play here in her...More
Parking lot is being redone, so there is off-site parking and a shuttle. They charge$5 per person. Once there the hike to the rim is well worth it. Absolutely amazing. Be sure to hike up the hills for some great views and photos.
This is a must see if you are in Page. The sun doesn't set in the right direction to get an amazing sunset shot but if you are a photographer, I would suggest you try the sunrise. I didn't but expect it would be awesome....More
For the most part, this view is unobstructed and wonderful to take in all the natural beauty. It also had a nice rest area for older or less mobile viewers to sit and wait so they wouldn't have to travel down the somewhat steep hill.
The pictures you have seen of horseshoe bend are amazing, seeing it in person helps to capture the size and beauty all at once.
It is a good hike to and from, so plan accordingly.
Currently they are expanding the parking lot, so if you...More
This canyon is amazing. A must do place. Pet friendly. Unfortunately the parking lot is closed now, and you have to park in an alternative place 2 miles away. You have an option of a shuttle bus costing $5 /pp. They said that probably in...More
My wife and I contracted for 16 weeks as travel nurses in Phoenix. Horseshoe bend has been on the bucket list since we’ve been here and I’m thrilled we finally made it (13 weeks in). What a view! You can walk down, snap some pictures...More