About 3/4 mile walk to great views of the river canyon. Take camera, water and wear goid shoes. Terrain changes a bit, gravel sand and stone.
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There's a little hike to get to the horseshoe bend view from the parking lot. There are toilets located at the parking lot. There are no guard rails so please hold your children's hands. And try not to kill yourself while taking selfies. I saw...More
A phenomenal natural wonder and very peaceful place to visit. It's a good hike from the parking lot over easy terrain. Lots of loose sand on the ground so watch your way. It's hard to see the entire horseshoe bend without getting really close to...More
The view is breathtaking and so is the hike. The trip down, of course, is easy, but not so the way up. I say this as I’m in my 70’s as a fair warning for other seniors or mobility impaired. The younger generation will do...More
We visited shortly on our way and didn’t have enough time to enjoy the place though the views there simply breathtaking. Would definitely recommend spending there some time and wander around to enjoy place. Take comfortable shoes to feel comfy. Be aware that it takes...More
Make sure to wear sun protection. It is a little hike and completely worth it. It is to visit and contemplate this wonder.
We saw this from the river raft below and saw the people standing on the canyon tops. We were told no tour was required so we drove in the afternoon to the tops. Absolutely stunning. Worth taking the walk to the end of the road...More
Hiked up the hill for the sunset. The walked down the hill to get to the view point. It was a challenging hike as we're both not in great shape but we got it done. So your 1/4 mile hike to the view will be...More