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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
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The Horseshoe Bend parking lot is currently closed. There is a shuttle bus running from a remote site for $5 each. Do not park on the highway. You will be ticketed. The walk to the view is not far but up and down hill.
Horseshoe bend is a must see!
Park in the lot (new lot under construction) and take the 10 minute walk up the trail to see this amazing sight! I would suggest wearing hiking boots and packing some water.
We went for sunset but it was...More
half of parking lot was under construction but we found a parking spot. it was 6pm.longer walk than I thought and it was uphill and downhill. paved walkway is also under construction. will be smooth and easier walk when it's done. the edge of the...More
We stayed in Page and drove out here and the view was absolutely spectacular. I would absolutely recommend a visit to this view if you are in the area but you must be able to walk. The walk from parking is about 1 km and...More
try to avoid the place since there is no parking available. If you park on the side of the Highway 89 you will get a parking ticket. Police doesn't care, they are present and will not help/inform about the violation. Strange way to make money...More
Horseshoe Bend did not disappoint! There’s construction going on so you do have to find parking but the view during the walk was pleasant and had plenty for the eyes to see! Just be safe and don’t get too close to the edge! And watch...More
Currently, there is no parking at Horseshoe Bend as they are redoing the area, so you have to park nearby and take a shuttle to the entrance (but which was only $5/person for round trip). We knew this before we came so that did not...More
I've just come back from a fantastic road trip which included the horse shoe bend. Whilst it's a breathtaking view there are plenty of canyon viewpoints that are less crowded giving you a more spiritual experience... It was madness to see children and adults moving...More