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Lake Powell and so much more! Encompassing over 1.2 million acres, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area offers unparalleled opportunities for water-based & backcountry recreation. The recreation area stretches for hundreds of miles from Lees Ferry in Arizona to the Orange Cliffs of southern Utah, encompassing scenic vistas, geologic wonders, and a vast panorama of human history.

This is a nice little trail if you are on a trip up or down Arizona. The parking lot is a little crazy and expect throngs of visitors but it is a great chance to stretch your legs for a few minutes.

Very cool spot right off the road. Plenty of parking for vehicles and/or RVs and travel trailers. Any type of shoes would work for this short walk to the end.

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14 days ago

This is an EXTREMELY heavily trafficked trail. There were several tour buses in the parking lot. I recommend going very early; even at 9 AM, it was scorching hot. I found the best views from the first lookout where everyone stopped, but if you keep going, you can get away from most of the crowds.

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20 days ago

Beautiful place , amazing view , I recommended a lot water in July and august is really hot

Definitely worth a stop if you're in Page, Arizona. Horseshoe Bend is a short walk for an incredible scenic reward. Highly recommend this one. Bring a bottle of water in the summer months. I arrived at 6:30am and it was still warm. Tour buses were dropping folks off around 7am... lots of people depending on the time of day. Still worth a stop! It's beautiful.

Short easy hike, there were a lot of people on the trail. Definitely worth the doing if you are in the area. Hot in the summer, bring a bottle of water.