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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
All reviews parking lot be careful short hike colorado river the cliff bring water view is amazing wide angle lens viewing area parking area soft sand easy hike half mile afraid of heights take your time bottle of water grand canyon
A short walk from the parking. But worth the stop. We came from Antelope Canyon it was about 10min more or less drive to Horseshoe Bend.
Horseshoe bend is bigger than you see in photos. It also gets crowded. We just came here to take...More
The day we visited Horseshoe Bend there was a light snowfall coming down which made all the warning signs about the heat and need to carry water somewhat laughable. In spite of the low clouds or maybe because of them, the colors of the rocks...More
This place is one of the hidden gems of the area, although it's starting to get too well know (thanks a lot social websites). It's only a 5 minute drive from Page and it gets really crowded here (parking lot is limited), so get here...More
One of the most magnificent vistas that you will ever see. You walk about 3/4 of a mile, some uphill, and reach the end of the path at the edge of the cliff. You suddenly see this beautiful scene of the Colorado River turning on...More
Easy parking pleasent walk to view such a beautiful sight and NO COST ITS FREE. maybe they should have a donation box so you can contribute some money that they can use for maintaining the paths etc. Or use to support somthink for children in...More
One of the most Amazing places to visit in US. The hike from parking lot to viewing point is around a mile. Easy hike with benches on the way. The viewing point does get crowded in afternoon. Must visit to see mighty Colorado river and...More
Horseshoe Bend is a must see if you are in Page AZ. The small hike to the canyon is 3/4 one way with up and down hill climb. It’s very doable and easy. Currently the parking lot is under construction which creates a bit of...More
No entrance fee!
The light on the rocks / cliffs and water will vary considerably with the time of day and the time of year. Also consider, when planning your visit, that it can be hot (or quite cool!); dress accordingly... More
No entrance fee!
The light on the rocks / cliffs and water will vary considerably with the time of day and the time of year. Also consider, when planning your visit, that it can be hot (or quite cool!); dress accordingly and take water. Also, I would recommend closed-toed shoes (eg joggers).
I agree with the others that no fee that I know of, and as a professional photographer, I always scout out the best light times in advance. I would figure out what to wear, what lighting preferences: sunrise or sunset, and... More
I agree with the others that no fee that I know of, and as a professional photographer, I always scout out the best light times in advance. I would figure out what to wear, what lighting preferences: sunrise or sunset, and just the overall feel you want for your photos, then allow enough time to shoot above Horseshoe Bend, then walk over to the right side and shoot some more!