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Things to do in Page

Being a part of north Arizona, Page is located to the south of the shores of Lake Powell. The town’s site is ideal for explorers interested in monuments and national parks present in the southwest region of America. Offering an assortment of accommodations and services, you can also learn about the distinctive culture of the Navajo Nation when in Page.

Page Arizona

Page Arizona is a city in Coconino County, Arizona, United States, close to the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. As of the 2010 registration, the number of inhabitants in the city was 7,247. Not at all like different urban areas in the range, Page Arizona was established in 1957 as a lodging group for specialists and their families amid the development of close-by Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. The City was arranged and produced for the laborers constructing the Glen Canyon Dam in 1957. At a rise of 4,300 feet on Manson Mesa and sitting above Wahweap Bay of Lake Powell, Page has turned into a noteworthy resort range. The City of Page was fused in March of 1975.


Page Attractions


Page, Arizona is most famous for it's vicinity to Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon It has a decent Page fascination. Page, Arizona is most famous for it's nearness to Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon. Wake Powell is a Wakesports Charting Service serving the Southern Lake Powell zone is additionally has an extraordinary Page fascination. Just a couple of minutes outside of Page inside the Navajo Nation is Antelope Slot gulch. This is an awesome 1/2 day trip. The best time of year to visit the opening is June or July. The sun is at the correct edge to make phenomenal beams radiating through the top.

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Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon is a type of slot canyon located in the city of Page, Arizona. This slot canyon is divided into two parts; the ‘upper Antelope Canyon’ and the ‘lower Antelope Canyon’. The place is a magnet for photographers because of the shape it has taken through the natural wear and tear. A guided tour is preferred to this site because the narrow cavities of Antelope Canyon are very prone to flash flooding due to heavy rains.

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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Glen Canyon National Recreation facility is a vast area of more than a million acre in the state of Arizona and Utah comes under the authority of federal national park service. The whole Recreation Area has so much to offer from rafting in the Colorado River and navigating through the Grand Canyon or several elevated viewpoints to absorb the breathtaking view of Grand Canyon. The Native American folklore, sight of slot canyons and many more fun and adventure activities are the part of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

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Horseshoe Bend

Horseshoe Bend

Horseshoe Bend is naturally incised bend of Colorado River located in the vicinity of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The Bend can be accessed from Route 80 through hiking of around 1.5 miles in round trip. The lookout point of Horseshoe Bend is nearly 300 meter above the meander of Colorado River. The view of bluish green horseshoe encircling the dusty appendage of Canyon is so surreal and stunning that you will forget the hardship of hike.

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Rainbow Bridge National Monument

Rainbow Bridge National Monument

Rainbow Bridge National Monument is one of the world’s highest natural arch stretched on 71 meters. Apart from its own magical-real view, the journey to Rainbow Bridge National Monument is a thing in itself, from a boat ride of 2 hours in Lake Powell and the flat walk of a mile from there, when one reaches this spot it feels like you are welcomed by the nature as the arch look like a door to some magical promise. The Monument is also selected as a cultural significant place by natural park service due to its historical association with Native American Tribe.

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Vermilion Cliffs National Monument

Vermilion Cliffs National Monument

Vermilion Cliffs National Monument is spanned around 0.3 million acres in the northern Arizona. The place is now protecting more than two dozens of animal species and some of geographical formations of the area. A driving trip in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument has so many things to offer; the spectacular red rock formations and occasional sighting of condors or deers. Take a route of 89A, which has very low traffic density, so you can enjoy the nature’s endearing wilderness.