Looking for a great trail near Page, Arizona? AllTrails has 11 great hiking trails, views trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Labyrinth Canyon Recreation Area, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 9 easy trails in Page ranging from 0.6 to 13.2 miles and from 3,139 to 4,681 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!


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21 hours 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

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.

12 days ago

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

on Page Rimview Trail

14 days 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.

18 days ago

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

21 days 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.

Parking lot was not super large, recommend getting there early. This was almost more of a scenic lookout than a hike. Took about 10 minutes to walk down and 10 to walk back. Lots of bathrooms which were pretty well maintained. Great stop during our long day drive.

Super easy trail.

1 month ago

Pretty easy hike to see something that I have only seen in many photos. Very beautiful.

The guides kinda just rush you through. The canyon is gorgeous but I didn't get to really take it in.

short hike very beautiful place a lot of people I enjoyed

in the beginning Annette was happy with the tour I thought that I'm going to have it's photos with actually was so fine and I enjoy it and take my good photos

Extremely easy trail, pretty flat, you can wear flip flops even (I did). The view is outstanding once you get there, you’ll definitely wanna bring your camera! But beware the vertigo

The slot canyon is fantastic and a must see. But this trail is overcrowded. There are people everywhere. The guides push you through the canyon quickly and you really don't get time to experience it much. We did another canyon just 1/2 mile away and it was much more enjoyable experience. Still I think that all should see this trail once.

1 month ago

High rating for the view but not the crowds. This place can be packed and packing is painful during construction. Go early, take in the view and head back.

Very busy over the Christmas break and somewhat challenging to access if you didn’t arrive early enough to park in the small parking lot. Very much enjoyed the views but did not enjoy the overcrowded viewpoint and trail.

One of those scenes that feel super fake. It's such a pretty sight!

As a note, please don't be one of those people that just leave your garbage in the parking lot. It looked so horrible in the parking lot.

10000 times better thand Horseshoe Bend! Alone in the trail! 3 hours with a snack break and enjoying the view!

We were very disappointed- we drove all the way only to discover that entry is limited only to guided tours and they were all sold out a few days ahead. I wish the trail description had mentioned this very important point.

1.45 hours to top

1 month ago

So beautiful. Go at sunset for amazing colors reflected on to the canyon walls. There are a TON of tourists but if you move out to either side you can have some time to yourself. A must see in page.

THIS IS A TOURIST TRAP! It’s overcrowded and you have to stay in a group with a tour guide. The focus of the whole “tour” is what angles to take the best pictures from. Furthermore the tour guides act like you are doing them a favor and treat you as such.

2 months ago

Antelope Canyon was formed by erosion of Navajo Sandstone, primarily due to flash flooding through the northern area of Arizona. Rainwater runs into the basin above the slot canyons, picking up speed and sand as it rushes into the narrow passageways. Over time the passageways have eroded away, making the corridors deeper and smoothing hard edges to form characteristic flowing shapes in the rock. The slot canyons are a popular location for photographers and sightseers and are accessible with Navajo guides only and also are a healthy source of business for the Navajo Nation as well.

Upon entering “the slots” you know you’re in for a unique experience. Weaving along twisting tunnels, the intense beams of sunlight catch your attention first. But as your eyes adjust, a different world is apparent… shadowed areas open up to reveal swirling walls carved out by years of erosive activity. Then more tunnels and more light beams… taking you into a world where your imagination prevails. Truly a mesmerizing experience... and this surrealistic pleasure is located just below the Earth’s surface!
A must-see for all curious adventurers.

2 months ago

It's a sandy incline up to the top, but there is a convenient gazebo along the way, if needed. Be careful when you arrive as there are no barriers on the rim of the overlook. However the views of the winding Colorado River 1000 ft. below are breathtaking!

Too many tourist.

2 months ago

This was amazing! It is $50 per person but totally worth the views. The tour guide is extremely helpful with taking pictures as well! A must see!!

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