Page & Glen Canyon National Recreation Area attractions

Top Choice Canyon in Page & Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Antelope Canyon

Unearthly in its beauty, Antelope Canyon is a popular slot canyon on the Navajo Reservation, a few miles east of Page, and open to tourists by tour only. Wind and water have carved sandstone into an astonishingly se…
Top Choice Canyon in Page & Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Horseshoe Bend

Calling the view at Horseshoe Bend 'dramatic' is an understatement – the overlook sits on sheer cliffs that drop 1000ft to the river below, as it carves a perfect horseshoe through the Navajo sandstone. Toddlers sho…
Dam in Page & Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Glen Canyon Dam

At 710ft tall, Glen Canyon Dam is the nation’s highest concrete arch dam (the Hoover Dam, 16ft taller, is a different kind of structure). It was constructed between 1956 and 1966. From April through October, 45-minu…
Museum in Page & Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

John Wesley Powell Museum

In 1869 one-armed John Wesley Powell led the first Colorado River expedition through the Grand Canyon. This small museum displays memorabilia of early river runners, including a model of Powell's boat, with photos a…