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Top 15 things to do in Page

1. Horseshoe Bend

Horseshoe Bend is a natural wonder famous for its striking contrast of water against red rocks. Just as its name suggests, the bend is a horseshoe-shaped curve cut into the rocks by the Colorado River, located just 6 km (4 mi) southwest from the town of Page. You can take a raft or helicopter tour or hike to the bend over a fairly short but very steep and rugged trail, often made more difficult by excessive heat. If you do choose to walk across this challenging terrain, be sure to wear rubber-soled shoes, light clothing, sunglasses, and a hat. To avoid dehydration, drink lots of water and make frequent stops as you hike to the scenic overlook above the meandering river.
Suggested duration: 2 hours
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2. Antelope Canyon

A sacred site for the Navajo, Antelope Canyon includes not one but two slot canyon sections, formed over thousands of years by erosion and flash flooding. While the Navajo call this canyon "the place where water runs through rocks," most tourists come to know the upper section as the Crack, and the lower as the Corkscrew. The Navajo restrict entry to official tours led by authorized guides, who take visitors to spots best suited for photographing the unusual play of light against the steep rock walls. To access certain areas of the canyon, you may have to climb a series of steep stairs, so be sure to wear comfortable hiking shoes. Ensure entry on the day of your visit by booking well in advance.
Suggested duration: 1h 30 min
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3. Nature & Wildlife Tours

Suggested duration: 1h 30 min
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4. Photography Tours

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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6. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Replete with plateaus, crevasses, and vast expanses of desert terrain, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area also boasts the extensive Lake Powell and its host of outdoor and water activities. Spanning 507,649 ha (1,254,429 acres) in Utah and Arizona, the area borders several national parks. Take part in water sports, such as waterskiing, inner tubing or boating. Or lounge on a rented houseboat on Lake Powell, which presents a cool contrast to the stark, arid landscape. If you're bringing your own boat, you can launch it at one of the marinas along the shore. If you stay on dry land, you can explore the park's network of hiking trails through its canyons and hills. Cliff-diving into Lake Powell is strictly forbidden (and very dangerous).
Suggested duration: 8 hours
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7. Off-Road Tours

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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9. Lake Powell

Lake Powell is a reservoir on the Colorado River, straddling the border between Utah and Arizona (most of it, along with Rainbow Bridge, is in Utah). It is a major vacation spot that around two million people visit every year. It is the second largest man-made reservoir by maximum water capacity in the United States behind Lake Mead, storing 24,322,069acre.ft of water when full. However, due to high water withdrawals for human and agricultural consumption, and because of subsequent droughts in the area, Lake Powell is currently larger than Lake Mead in terms of volume of water currently held, depth and surface area.
Lake Powell was created by the flooding of Glen Canyon by the Glen Canyon Dam, which also led to the creation of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, a popular summer destination. The reservoir is named for explorer John Wesley Powell, a one-armed American Civil War veteran who explored the river via three wooden boats in 1869.
In 1972, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area was established. It is public land managed by the National Park Service, and available to the public for recreational purposes. It lies in parts of Garfield, Kane, and San Juan counties in southern Utah, and Coconino County in northern Arizona. The northern limits of the lake extend at least as far as the Hite Crossing Bridge. A map centered at the confluence of the Escalante River with the Colorado River gives a good view of the extent of the lake.
Suggested duration: 2 hours
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10. Horseback Riding Tours

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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11. Waterholes Canyon

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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12. Ambassador Guides Lake Powell Striper Fishing

Guided Fly or Conventions Rates Full or 1/2 Day

See: http://www.ambassadorguides.com/lake-powell-fishing/our-rates/

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Suggested duration: 4 hours
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13. Lake Powell Massage & Spa Boutique

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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14. Waterskiing & Jetskiing

Suggested duration: 2 hours
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