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Outdoor Attractions Galore in Scenic Arizona

The American Southwest – like nowhere else on Earth – with breath-taking views of mountains, canyons, deserts, rivers, lakes, and ancient artifacts. Swim, fish, hike, go boating, explore, and thrill to the beauty all around you.

Grand Canyon National Park

Hike the immense Grand Canyon – a mile deep and 18 miles wide. Both the North and South rims of the canyon are about an hour and 45 minutes from Page on US 89 S and AZ 64 W. Go! You’ll never forget it!

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Antelope Canyon

Located near Lake Powell on Navajo lands, this “slot” canyon is considered sacred by Native Americans. Kayak and hike through the ancient sandstone formations, led by a Navajo guide.

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Horseshoe Bend

The trailhead to this 3/4 mile hike is located just outside of Page. It overlooks one of the most spectacular views on the Colorado River, 4 miles south of the Glen Canyon Dam, and 7 miles north of mile zero of the Grand Canyon. The easy trail will even accommodate wheelchairs!

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Lake Powell

Swimming, boating, jet ski – every kind of water adventure awaits in beautiful Lake Powell, a crystal clear body of water framed by the most breathtaking landscape on earth.

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Rainbow Bridge National Monument

The world’s largest natural bridge, nearly as high as the Statue of Liberty, spans 275 feet across the water. Join the 85,000 people who annually tour the ‘Rainbow turned to Stone.’ Don’t miss it!

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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Dog-friendly Glen Canyon surrounds Page, Arizona and Lake Powell. This vast park begins in Canyonlands, Utah and ends at Marble Canyon, Arizona. Back-country hiking, boating, exploring ancient wonders, and fishing at Lee’s Ferry. Several marinas!

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Water Holes Canyon

You’ll be greeted by a ceremonial dance and led through Water Holes Canyon by a Navajo tour guide. You’ll climb down ladders and up rock formations in this amazing place.

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Vermilion Cliffs National Monument

See the incredible sandstone ‘Wave’. Then walk over the Colorado River on Navajo Bridge – it’s the very beginning of the Grand Canyon. You might even see turkey vultures under the bridge, and Lee’s Ferry is just a short distance further down the road.

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Coconino National Forest

Few forests in North America have the diversity of Coconino National Forest. Within its boundaries, you can enjoy desert and tundra, the ponderosa pine and the red rocks of Sedona. Explore mountains and canyons, fish in small lakes, and wade in lazy creeks and streams.

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The list of astonishing natural wonders goes on and on!

You’ll see them all when you make Page MHC your new home.

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