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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
All reviews parking lot be careful short hike colorado river the cliff bring water view is amazing wide angle lens viewing area parking area grand canyon soft sand easy hike afraid of heights half mile take your time bottle of water
We went there on the second day of our tour before antelope canyon. It was very nice and windy as well. Need a bit of hiking before u reached the edge of the place where u can see the horse shoe bend in whole. A...More
This was well worth the detour for our visit and the walk from the car park to the viewing area. It was very busy, even in October, and would undoubtedly be worse in the summer months. I understand that they are working on improvements to...More
The views here are amazing. The only thing we wish we would have done was plan our trip better to spend more time here. We could have spent a couple hours here exploring and taking pictures.
There is no cost. You don’t need to book...More
We woke to a gray, overcast day with temps in the 40s. Took a chance and did the walk to Horseshoe Bend early in the morning. It was so still, serene and beautiful. Definitely worth the short walk and even with no sun, amazing to...More
With some problem with the altitude and breathing and lame leg did not walk down the hill to the edge. I could have walked down but if I had to walk back up I would have held up the bus. A smoker, 70, and not...More
The view itself is beautifull, but the mass of people trying to get best selfie/picture is really annoying. You have to be selfish to take a picture, or you have to wait for a long time when others takes theirs.
I literally don’t know what people are going on about - we visited yesterday late afternoon, got a park straight away and walked what I would consider to be moderate to easy walk to the edge. It’s maybe 15min in a marked trail, you are...More
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It is an open scenery site with no entrance charge. use Google map and input Horseshoe Bend and drive to there. There is a quite big parking area (has restroom). walk 15-20min to the site. Lots of people coming and go from... More
It is an open scenery site with no entrance charge. use Google map and input Horseshoe Bend and drive to there. There is a quite big parking area (has restroom). walk 15-20min to the site. Lots of people coming and go from there, you would not miss it.