What to see and do in Page | Trips around Arizona

The small town of Page is a strategic point in your trip down the west coast of the United States. If you plan the route and you plan to visit national parks north of the Grand Canyon, Page is located in the natural setting of Lake Powell, led by the great Glen Canyon Dam. Of strategic importance is a good sign that has an airport. Below I show you what you can see on Page and what excursions you can do to enjoy the beautiful landscapes of the interior of the western United States.

Lower Antelope Canyon

Lower Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon Arizona

Antelope Canyon Arizona

Very near Page one can visit the breathtaking landscapes of narrow canyons, the best known being those of Antelope Canyon although Nearby is the Water Hole Canyon. Another possible excursion is closer to Horseshoe Bend where you will have a panoramic view of a winding meander which makes the Colorado River between canyons. You can also navigate through excursions to Lake Powell yourself, especially to see the natural arch rock of Rainbow Bridge, one of the largest in the world.

Page Horseshoe Bend

Page Horseshoe Bend

This arc also can spot high above it in a helicopter. Also from Page one can take a trip by plane to fly over Monument Valley, great natural scenery of western movies. Naturally, Page has also become a strategic point where you can find hotels and motels to stay during your journey through this natural area on the west coast.

Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon

Page photos: Michael, Doc Gibson, Richard Dumoulin, Arun Yenumula.

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