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  • Jack S
    Long Island, NY22 contributions
    I went to Antelope Canyon in April, and it was the highlight of my whole trip. It is sooo stunning and beautiful. I 100% recommend!
    Written August 9, 2022
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  • KFAM
    Los Angeles, CA11 contributions
    Made it here in the evening about 45 minutes before sunset. Easy walk over to lookout and the views are amazing!
    Written August 14, 2022
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  • GottaGetta
    Toronto36 contributions
    We booked a tour to visit the Lower Antelope Canyon and the views were amazing. One of the most beautiful things I've ever seen. This is a must see place. Our guide was super helpful with taking pictures. I recommend this place for everyone to visit.
    Written August 12, 2022
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  • Labnut
    Richmond, VA148 contributions
    The lake may be at 1/3 of its historic water level, but it doesn’t really affect your enjoyment of the lake and surrounding area - unless you want to launch a powerboat (there’s only one ramp still in service).

    There’s still plenty of water for swimming, boating, standup paddleboarding, and kayaking - and the scenery is breathtaking. The lower water level has actually revealed new canyons to explore and new beaches and places to hike. And there are so many things to do in the Page, Arizona area: rent a kayak or standup paddleboard and catch a backhaul service up the Colorado River and paddle back, do a flat water raft trip from the base of the Glen Canyon dam to Lee’s Ferry, do an Antelope Canyon tour by standup paddleboard or kayak, or do an Antelope Canyon walking tour, take a helicopter ride, hike the Page Rim View Trail, the Hanging Garden Trail, or the Chains for amazing views of the lake, rent a boat or go for a swim. We spent a week in Page and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, and intend to return for more paddling and hiking.
    Written August 1, 2022
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  • Colleen C
    Middleton, WI297 contributions
    My husband and I came across this without realizing that it was right across the street from our hotel. It has a nice little path that allows some beautiful views of the surrounding area. Definitely worth a stop!
    Written July 3, 2022
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  • Bonnie D
    56 contributions
    I had an amazing time here! Our guide, Garrett, was a large part of what made our visit so memorable. He had great stories of growing up in the area and what Waterhole Canyon was like years ago. He allowed us to take as many pictures as we wanted, making suggestions of which areas were the best. Very relaxing, no being hurried along. Only 9 people in our group. There are several ladders as you go along, but none were very difficult. I'm 67yrs old & had no problems. OK, I may have been a little winded after the last climb out of the canyon :) My excuse was that the temp was in the upper 80's that day! I can't say enough good things about the whole experience. Mother Nature did herself proud here!
    Written April 24, 2022
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  • TN Traveler
    Tennessee11 contributions
    Stopping at the dam was not in our original plans, but so glad we did! Make sure you bring a mask because they were still on Covid masking precautions inside. Really great to show our kids the free interactive exhibits on how hydroelectric power works. Really great views of the dam from inside the building.
    Written July 30, 2022
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  • Hometales
    Oregon City, OR17 contributions
    I loved the drive alongside these impressive cliffs. I had not expectation we were going to be treated to such an incredible view. We even changed our return route to drive past them a second time. Such beauty, such majesty!
    Written July 14, 2022
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  • PattiA1213
    Chandler, Arizona35 contributions
    The visitor center has a lot of information, some interactive. Bummer the tours were not being held due to the current high-Covid situation. Overall the center is interesting and you can get some nice pics of the top of the dam.
    Written July 12, 2022
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  • Travelwithintention
    Baton Rouge, LA62 contributions
    I thought it would be so awesome to see the Colorado at the very beginning of the Grand Canyon - Mile 0 - and yes it was worth it. Also saw the Vermillion Cliffs and Navajo Bridge - the only car bridge over the Grand Canyon. VERY close to Page, AZ
    Written June 16, 2022
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  • Corey S
    6 contributions
    We stayed in the RV park and it was very nice and clean. Only downside was the WiFi. it only works in one end of the park, which was not our side. The grass turf was very nice though prefer it over real grass. It was too cold to do any water activities since we went in March. We will be back when it is warmer.
    Written March 24, 2022
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  • lanzie99
    Phoenix, AZ515 contributions
    We were looking for an easy hike with views. This one is easy and short and good for seniors. Not much shade, take water but it’s pretty flat and level…getting to the hanging ferns and greenery was a welcome surprise in the vast desert area. The trail is marked with rocks on each side so it’s easy to find the end. Glad we took the time, it was not busy so we took our time.
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • DebbieR1959
    Palatine, IL8 contributions
    The canyons were beautiful and a lot less crowded than the upper and lower antelope canyons. We saw a total of 3 different canyons and had to go down some ladders in the canyon as well as some tighter spots. Also a bit of a climb at the end but not a big deal if you are in pretty good shape as we are in our 60's. The only issue is while our guide was very nice, he really did not explain much about the history of the canyon. He answered questions we asked but did not volunteer much information on his own as the guides on the upper and lower antelope canyons did.
    Written May 27, 2022
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  • Byron Chong
    Soledad, CA50 contributions
    The Powell Museum in a house, features the history of the exploration of the Grand Canyon by John Wesley Powell. The surprises are a huge mural of Horseshoe bend (so you can take a selfie, even if you haven't been there) a dinosaur, and a replica Navajo trading post with lovely Navajo rugs.
    Written August 4, 2019
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  • Labnut
    Richmond, VA148 contributions
    I hiked all 10+ miles of the Page Rim View Trail on an overcast 69-degree day in July and it took me three hours and 15 minutes. I walk fast but I stopped a lot to take photos.

    I absolutely loved this hike! It’s an easy hike, and the views are AMAZING. If you start at the trailhead on North Lake Powell Boulevard and head north, the first seven miles are the most scenic as you hike north and east of the city. The trail is clearly marked - for the most part - although there was one spot at the southeast point of the trail where it’s not entirely obvious where the trail continues.
    Written July 30, 2022
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