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Horseshoe Bend

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Horseshoe Bend

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Mile Marker 545, Highway 89, Page, AZ 86040
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Private Buckskin Gulch Tour
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Private Buckskin Gulch Tour

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There are as many metaphors to describe what locals call 'down in the Buckskin' as there are people who have been there. I choose the word 'in' because you are literally inside the walls of the world's longest slot canyon.<br><br>According to the Bureau of Land Management ('BLM') website, Buckskin Gulch is 16 miles long (around 26 km) from the Buckskin Trailhead to the Paria Canyon and over 500 feet (around 150m) deep at its confluence with the Paria River. There are places in the Buckskin where you are able to touch both canyon walls at the same time.<br><br>Buckskin Gulch is a photographer's and hiker's Mecca. Every corner you turn is changing continuously; the cliffs are water-and-wind-sculpted patterns of colors, light and shadows. You may also marvel and puzzle at the meanings of the rock writings (petroglyphs) from the early Archaic period (some are as old as 9,000 years).<br><br>It was voted one the top 10 hikes in the world by National Geographic Adventure Magazine a few years back.
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Paul H wrote a review Jan 4
Mission Viejo, California94 contributions12 helpful votes
If you are in the area , this is a must stop. Only a few years ago the parking was on a dirt strip and it was free. Now you have to pay ten bucks for the privilege to park there. You get a free flyer 😳. Short walk and breathtaking view of the old Colorado taking a turn. 👍🏻
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Rommel L wrote a review Jan 2
chino hills, United States13 contributions1 helpful vote
The horseshoe bend is a quick 1/2 mile hike. Lots of places to take pictures. There’s a $10 car parking fee. If you have a National Park pass, it is free. It is open during COVID-19 but wearing a mask is mandatory. Kids loved it.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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boxerone wrote a review Jan 1
Austin, Texas520 contributions48 helpful votes
A bit of a walk on a very nice trail with three stops along the way in the shade with seats if you need to take a break. The view is so worth it. I climbed up onto the top and took the most amazing photos! I actually stayed away form the tourists by doing this and jsut enjoyed the breeze and the beauty. Yes this was allowed, they clearly mark where you can and cannot go. Bring water to drink, a hat and a camera. If you have little kids watch them like a hawk. The edge can be dangerous.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Tri_Tri_Again wrote a review Dec 2020
51 contributions7 helpful votes
Be prepared to pay a small fee to enter the park and to walk an easy, sloping trail to the best views. There are several seating areas on the way there if needed. I saw several baby carriages, so the trail is somewhat compact for strollers. This is truly a must-see if you are in this part of the town.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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tom g wrote a review Dec 2020
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina457 contributions79 helpful votes
If you’re in Page or Lake Powell with 10 bucks you don’t know what to do with. This is the place. After you pay to park you take the path down to the overlook. Here you’ll see the river’s equivalent of a switch back, far below. Definitely a photo spot.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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