Welcome to Page, Arizona, your mecca for hiking, biking, boating and off-road adventure. Just seven miles from the watersports playground of Lake Powell, Page is your ideal base for exploring this exceptional region. Hike the striking wind and water carved beauty of Antelope Canyon. Set out on your Colorado River rafting excursion. Take in the dramatic vistas of Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam.
Page stands at the center of the world renowned Grand Circle, a remarkable collection of parks, monuments, historical sites, and prehistoric Indian ruins that include may of the true geological icons of the West. Hollywood has long known of the wonders of Page, filming such features here as "Broken Arrow" and "Into the Wild”.[Read More]
With almost 2,000 miles of shoreline, endless sunshine, warm water, perfect weather and some of the most spectacular scenery in the west, Lake Powell is the ultimate playground.
190 million years ago, one of the greatest geological formations began to take shape.
In the Coyote Buttes ravine, some 5,225 feet above sea level, stands Arizona's Wave Rock. Wave Rock has a remarkable undulating appearance, with massive sandstone structures stretched like taffy, and cinnamon color strata domes. It is, in a way, a geological snapshot in time, a still shot of the effect natural forces has on the environment. [Read More]
Formed by millions of years of wind and water erosion, Antelope Canyon’s magnificent smooth and flowing shaped sandstone has made it one of the most famous slot canyons in the world.
Located within the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation in Arizona, Antelope Canyon is actually two separate canyons, the upper canyon and lower canyon. The upper canyon, which the Navajo call Tsé bighánílíní ("the place where water runs through rocks"), is a narrow passage through 120-foot-high canyon walls. The lower canyon is known as Hazdistazí ("spiral rock arches") and is a shallower V-shaped canyon that is a more difficult trek for visitors. [Source Wikipedia] Read More about Antelope Canyon