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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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Horseshoe bend is the perfect spot for sunset. The bend offers a unique view into the canyon and you get to see the river winding through. There is a light hike, not too strenuous, but it is a little long at three fourths of a...More
After spending the night in Page Arizona on a 10 state road trip we got up early and headed out to Horseshoe Bend one of the most photographed places in the Grand Canyon area. We parked at the parking lot paid our $10 parking fee...More
It’s breathtaking, overwhelming, amazing. I knew it would be crazy gorgeous, but it’s hard to capture in pictures or words. God’s beauty at its best. The hike could tire someone unprepared. Bring water. There are plenty of safe view points.
Horseshoe Bend is very heavily trafficked, and rightfully so. It is an epic place. Because of its high volume of visitors, they are changing the way things run here. First, there is now a parking lot administered by the city of Page. It costs $10...More
There are many places where the Colorado River makes a 180 degree bend, so I'm not sure why this is so famous. It's a short--but steep and sandy--hike to the overlook, but I'm not sure it's really worth the parking fee. And you can't really...More
Experienced this on our road trip Vegas-Page-Grand Canyon-Sedona-LA. Located near the town of Page, the Horseshoe Bend is 5 miles downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam, one of the highest dams in the country and Lake Powell within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. It...More
It doesn't take long to hike to see Horseshoe Bend. $10 to park(National Parks Pass is NOT valid here). The first part of the hike is up a hill, then you go downward in sand to the viewpoint. There were many, many people there taking...More
You pay $10 per carlaod to gain access to the parking lot located just South of Page, AZ. Once in the parking lot you have about a 30 minute walk to the viewing area. the first 100 yards are brutal as you have to walk...More
Glad I went however nothing exceptional. Although it's National Monument, the town of Page, AZ charges $10 parking fee. Also be aware that from the parking lot it looks like you have to just go to the top of the hill for the view..WRONG! Once...More
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We were told mid-morning and right before sunset then into sunset by the National Parks Ranger. Please know that the park is more crowded at these times. Also, the fee to park right near the Horseshoe Bend is $10 per car on... More
We were told mid-morning and right before sunset then into sunset by the National Parks Ranger. Please know that the park is more crowded at these times. Also, the fee to park right near the Horseshoe Bend is $10 per car on a paved lot with restroom facilities.