Things to do in Page

Things to do in  Page

Dazzling desert landscapes

The desert town of Page may be small in size, but it serves as a gateway to some of the West’s grandest scenery. Located near Arizona’s border with Utah, Page overlooks Lake Powell—the country’s second-largest manmade lake—and the Glen Canyon Dam, which created it. Boating on the lake, fly-fishing, and tubing are popular things to do, as is venturing to the nearby Antelope Canyon, discovering ancient landmarks and traditions in the Navajo Nation, tracing the Colorado River’s journey at Horseshoe Bend, and day-tripping to the Grand Canyon.

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Antelope Canyon

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Situated on Navajo land in the Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona, Antelope Canyon is one of the most photographed slot canyons in the United States. This natural wonder was formed by water rushing through rock over the course of millions of years. It’s made up of two separate sections: the deep (but narrow) Upper Antelope Canyon (also known as Spiral Rock Arches) and the Lower Antelope Canyon (Hasdeztwazi).More

Lake Powell

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Lake Powell is a reservoir—the second-largest man-made reservoir in the United States, actually—in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area on the border of Arizona and Utah. Known for its many sandy beaches, sparkling blue water, and red-rock landscapes, this fun vacation spot is one of Arizona’s top attractions. Some of the lake’s famous features include the Glen Canyon Dam (located in Arizona) and the Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the world’s longest natural bridges (located in Utah).More

Glen Canyon Dam

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In 1964, the Colorado River’s roaring waters needed to be harnessed, so the towering 710-foot-tall (216 meter) Glen Canyon Dam was built. The resulting 186-mile-long (299 kilometer) Lake Powell, the second largest man-made lake in the US, took 17 years to fill to capacity. Today, the dam provides hydroelectric power to the American West.More

Horseshoe Bend

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Find some of the most inspiring scenic views in the American Southwest at Horseshoe Bend. The site’s scenic overlook sits on a clifftop 1,000 feet (300 meters) above the Colorado River, offering a bird’s-eye vista of the horseshoe-shaped curve in the sandstone canyon below created by the rushing river over five million years.More

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Horseshoe Bend Helicopter Flight from Page
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When to visit

The best times to visit Page are in the spring and fall. In general, summers are hot in Arizona, and popular attractions can be crowded due to summer breaks from schools. Both spring and fall offer cooler temperatures and fewer crowds; however, fall is particularly pleasant in September and October. November and wintertime can be pretty chilly, so it’s best to skip these times when booking a trip to Page.

Getting around

Page isn’t a town where you can rely on public transit. Because the small town (with a population of only around 7,000) is a more remote location, you must rely heavily on having a car, using a rideshare service, or taking tours that offer round-trip transportation. Most tours to both Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend offer transportation for an easy day trip.

Traveler tips

Page might be a small town, but there’s one big thing you won’t want to miss while visiting. The Rainbow Room at Lake Powell Resort provides meals, stunning views of Wahweap Bay, and the air-conditioned comfort of the indoors. Although the restaurant offers a breakfast buffet, you’ll want to make reservations for dinner, as the menu offers everything from prime rib and fried chicken to cioppino and lobster tostada.

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What is famous about Page Arizona?

Page in Arizona is divided between the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and Mojave Desert, which creates noteworthy canyons and buttes. Page is best known for the iconic Horseshoe Bend. This U-shaped meandering river draws millions of visitors from around the world year-round.

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Can you see the Grand Canyon in Page AZ?

Yes, though the Grand Canyon is 100 miles (161 kilometers) from Page, you can see it thanks to the perspective from many of its flat mesas. The vistas from Page bring the full force of its red sandstone formation, making Horseshoe Bend the most popular Grand Canyon viewpoint in Page.

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Why is Antelope Canyon so popular?

Antelope Canyon is a beautiful, otherworldly landscape that draws countless visitors each year. This slot canyon’s features are carved by water, and the sandstone walls have a mesmerizing swirl. The play of light creates mystical-looking creations on the canyon’s powerful curves. Photographers flock to Antelope Canyon to capture it.

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What is the best month to visit Antelope Canyon?

The best month to visit Antelope Canyon is March, thanks to a perfect combination of mild weather, sunny skies, and fewer visitors. The canyon has colors that glow in the sun, sandstone sculptures carved by time, and natural beauty that are best seen when the weather is agreeable and predictable.

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Why is Antelope Canyon sacred?

Antelope Canyon has long been a sacred place, said to evoke feelings of awe and reverence. It's land of Arizona's Navajo Nation and holds deep spiritual significance for them, with the name deriving from their ancestral belief that the Holy People created this space as a special dwelling for them.

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How long is the walk through Antelope Canyon?

Most tours through Antelope Canyon plan for one to two hours for walking. The city of Page is also walkable, with level paths that meander around a town with restaurants and shops. You can also walk a trail in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area to see Horseshoe Bend.

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