In the arena of free attractions, this is a surprising winner. Definitely more than expected and a highlight of our trip to Page. Panoramic camera capabilities are an essential.
This is a beautiful spot. The trail is not really difficult, but the heat did make it uncomfortable. Just be prepared and carry some water and some people had umbrellas for shade. There is no shade on this trail. But the view is beautiful! Be careful. No guard rails.
Horseshoe Bend had stunning view! We went there to see the sunset and it was amazing. The hike was only a short hike and it only took us about 15 minutes(with multiple stops for pictures) from the parking lots.
there is snow now, very nice. you can hike there, it is winter so you don't need to worry about the heat.
One of the most amazing places I have ever been too.... Amazing view from the top. The rock n sand colors appear amazing with the river flowing at the bottom... Just felt in love as soon as I saw it....
Wow is the only word that comes to my mind. This place reminds you of the true power of nature. It should be missed if visiting Page area. There is a walk between parking area and the bend itself which is not properly paved. The walk does not have much shade. In summer do take proper sun protection and lots... More
This place is amazing and what a great view! Definitely a must see if you are in this part of the country. The hike from the parking lot isn't that bad, it's uphill and downhill both ways though. I'd make sure to bring some water and be prepared to spend at least an hour there. Also, full credit to anyone... More
If you happen to be around Page for doing a Lake Powell boat ride or checking out slot canyons, give this place a look. It is just a few minutes drive from Page hotels and about 20 min hike to the overlook. Excellent spot for photography during sunrise and sunset. If you are a nature lover, this place should not... More
The name comes from horseshoe-shaped U turn of the Colorado River near Page, Arizona. The 1000 feet cliff drop to the Colorado river makes the single most must see attraction in Arizona. Of course Grand Canyon is a different case. Remember this natural wonder is accessible from route 89 with a medium .5 miles hike from the parking areas. Wheel... More
We drove from our vacation rental in Scottsdale, AZ to Page just to see horseshoe bend. It was worth the 4.5 hour drive. It was one of the most beautiful landscapes we've seen. And it's free!!! The "hike" is more of a walk. Took about 5 to 10 mins max. Is doable by most everyone unless mobility challenged. Make sure... More
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