Explore the most popular Dogs On Leash trails near Page with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

This was a simple trail that we took after visiting Glen Canyon Dam. The walk to the actual garden was easy and reaching the end was really cool - it was amazing to see the lush greenery underneath this rocky overhang. After that, we went off-trail and explored all the rocks and boulders all around. I loved the freedom of being able to explore.

Well worth it for the view at the end! There were a lot of people, but going away from the railed areas to the rockier ones was a great. We spent well over an hour taking it all in. There’s quite a lot of sand so slogging back up the hill on the way back was the hardest part.

Pretty much what you see on IG. Crowds are bad. Will be better when construction is completed. If you’re in Page, you have to do it.

The trail is not too bad but there is a ton of people. A lot of pushy tourists. Great views and worth the line to get to the viewing area.

hiking
8 days ago

Short trail with astonishing view when you reach the river rim. Even if the picture has been seen so many times, it it definitely worth it to see it by yourself. Parking outside as there are construction works. Try to get the 1st shuttle at 10:00am , it gets crowded after that.

Very very very easy walk. Nice little trail to see the hanging garden area. Something peaceful.

trail running
9 days ago

Love this trail! I always use this trail for running. You don’t have to go the whole 9 miles you can just do sections for a few miles. Best scenic views of the lake on the north portion of the rim trail. My favorite section.

Just pushed it up and down in 3.5 hours. 8y/o and a 15 y/o did it with no problem. There was a rock fall along the way, so pay attention. These pieces cleaved off in the 300# range. Other than that, top 5 hikes of all time. You will work for it.

Nice easy trail along river. Footing can be tricky due to loose soul and rocks, but a great way to follow the river for a couple miles.

Loved it. We went there in February right at sunrise. No crowds just a beautiful view.

Short and sweet.

A mediocre trail (which is being improved) filled with the worst type of tourists. You've seen the view on Instagram a million times, you're not missing much if you pass on.

Super crowded but it's still something you don't want to miss.

An amazing experience, I was the only one at my tour time so I got a private tour with guide Jason (cool dude). He could answer anything and everything about the canyon. the canyon itself is amazing. Similar formations to Antelope Canyon and amazing rock textures. Barely anyone does this tour compared to Antelope so it's much more personalized and is more adventurous. I had a great time and plan on bringing the family when we all come out here.

Magnificent!! I was able to easily escape the crowd by venturing away from the overlook to the surrounding rocks and ledges. I didn't mind the shuttle. I didn't mind the steep hills. I guess I'm just able to appreciate things for what they are.

The shuttle runs from 10-4 during construction. When the shuttle isn’t running you can park in the regular parking area on 89 outside of that time & hole from there! Beautiful during early morning 1 hr after sunrise. Headed back for sunset later! ♥️hike on!

Parking is offsite (about a mile down the road) and there is a $5 shuttle that transports you back and forth. Runs pretty frequently.

The view was absolutely astounding! Absolutely beautiful. There weren’t too many people, when I went around 1PM. But even if you go during a busy time, you can break off from the pack to other lookout areas.

It wasn’t so much a hike as it was a stroll from the shuttle drop off to the bend itself (about a mile each way.) A very manageable walk. However, if you go during the summer days, I’d bring water with you because aside from a gazebo about halfway, it’s not a covered path.

The 5 star review is for the view. Trail has steep inclines, notable for those that have trouble walking of have kids. They are running a shuttle bus right now $5 round trip as they upgrade the parking lot. Bring cash. You can purchase online but the service is terrible. 2/21

This was fun with some friends from out of state, it was 100 degrees and the hill can be tough for some, take it slow and lots of water in the summer.

hiking
1 month ago

Very easy hike with a beautiful view!

Been here several times but I will warn you to expect to have to pay for a shuttle. The city of page now close the parking lot 1000-1700 and you must use a shuttle service to view. Basically everything in this area requires a shuttle or tour

A very easy trail, there is no shade and it is in the open. You can not longer park at the trailhead instead you will have to take the shutter from town. The signs indicating parking for the shutter are on the side of the road. The view of the bend is magnificent. The only issue that I could foresee if the dust and cold air on windy days so bring water and a face mask .

Not necessarily a trail but more of a walk to historical buildings. Lonely Del Ranch was owned by John Doyle Lee and his many wifes. This place is very unique due to its history with the Mormon Church. A beautiful orchard irrigated from the Paria a river.

A strenuous incline that leads you to the top of a breathtaking view of the Colorado River, Vermilion Cliffs and the Eco Cliffs. This hike consists of major switchbacks that span a 700 foot vertical rock wall.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful view. Glad I saw it, but wouldn’t do it again, however, due to the amount of people.

on Page Rimview Trail

1 month ago

Enjoyed the fabulous views and slightly challenging trail for my mountain bike. Not steep but rocky in spots with a few sharp twists and turns. Cloud movement changed the lighting on the scenery so everywhere we looked pleased our eyes.

hiking
1 month ago

Super easy! Dog friendly. Quick walk from the parking lot to an amazing view.

hiking
1 month ago

Definitely wouldn’t make a special trip for it. But thankful it brought us up north for some of the other hikes we accomplished. Atleast we can say we’ve seen it.

Wonderful hike! Seemed longer than 4 miles, it was definitely “hard” but not impossible by any means. Leave time to explore around up top!

Not really a hike, but a must do if you are in the area! Went in the morning and it made for a lot of shadows so we went back again later in the day and got much better pictures.

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