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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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Definitely the coolest and scariest spots in Page, AZ. A quick drive to appreciate this beautiful view. Its a bit of a hike, but at your own leisure pace anyone could do it. Free parking, clean restroom!!!
The horseshoe bend is beautiful but you have to get close to the cliffs to get a good view. I think Page needs to step up and take precautions to make it safe for tourists. When I went in May, there were no ramps so...More
There is a 1.5m walk from the parking lot up and over a rocky hill to reach the bend. Totally worth it. Awesome view, amazing pictures. It was part of our adventure day.
Once you get there, is a huge level viewing deck, plus lots...More
This place is not to be missed. It is a bit of a trek to get there from the parking lot, but it is absolutely jaw dropping beauty. Lots of people that are brave to venture to the edge to take pictures, but I am...More
If you’re going to take pictures (which most people do), then first thing in the morning probably isn’t the best as there will be a lot of shadowing (you’ll have to play around with the exposure on your phone). However, be prepared for larger crowds...More
when we visited in October, it was busy but not overcrowded. we found parking fairly easily in the lot. the hike to HB is a gentle downhill walk of about 25 minutes. But remember, that means its a uphill slope on the walk back, which...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.