Easy hike with a spectacular vista! We hiked early in the morning and got to see the colour changes in the canyon below as the sun rose. Breathtakingly beautiful!
When making your way to the bend wear shoes because you are walking on sand.Take water and sunscreen an hat its a walk.There is a rest area half way for shade . Also its kinda fun to know that the planet of the apes was filmed there.Its free too
Getting to Horseshoe bend requires a 3/4 mile uphill hike there and back - you go up and back down each way. If you are not in the best shape (me), I would say the hike is moderate. The higher altitude and clambering uphill make it exhausting. I'm no couch potato, but not hitting the gym every day either. With... More
Never knew of this until my boyfriend suggested we stop after a week roadtrip to Yellowatone and Mt Rushmore. GORGEOUS view to take sunset pictures. Easy walk and not much crowds during February. Moments Alone gave me time to reflect on the importance of lifes pleasures and just breath. Cindy...ORANGE COUNTY CA
one of the most beautiful things i have ever seen! about 3.5 hours from grand canyon (south rim) but worth the drive ! there is a small free parking and after 10-15 minutes of walk in the sand you get to see the view , and it's breath- taking!
I actually referred to this in my review as a canyon. I apologize to the guides in Page. Most people think this is in the Grand Canyon but it a short hike outside of Page. Scary if you are afraid of heights but worth the view. Gorgeous.
Hopped over here for a short hike after hitting antelope- so worth it and a must see of this gorgeous natural bend of the Colorado river- be careful on some rocks they're sandstone and breaking away- Page is alright!
We arrived Page at 14:30pm and missed trip to Antelope Canyon book at 13:30pm. We decided to visit Horseshoe Bend. This place really amazing i never saw before. We spent 1.5 hours to take hundreds photos. A problem was we had to go to St.George that night. finally, we missed Antelope Canyon this time. One suggestion for you, You may... More
Only about a mile from the car park and no entry fee, so no excuses not to go! Great views, though for photography it's best to either go really early in the morning, midday, or really late, otherwise the shadows from the high sided Canyon walls fall right down the photo. We went early morning but after sunrise and it... More
It was the first time watching Colorado River flowing into the Grand Canyon, a really breath-taking experience. I saw the sunset beside my wife above the peaceful river on the edge of the canyon... one of the most exciting moment of our honeymoon. The site is easily reachable following the road signs near the city of Page, AZ.
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