...Into the Wild. Blue. Wander.
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Lake Powell is like no other place on earth. Soaring Navajo Sandstone cliffs, towering buttes, seemingly endless canyons, beaches and hiking trails - like playing in the Grand Canyon by boat. House boaters, fishermen, and visitors from all over the globe come to Lake Powell to get away and connect - with each other and this incredible land.
If you stretched the shoreline of Lake Powell like a string it would be longer than the US west coast! Explore Lake Powell’s colorful canyons and isolated tributaries, and take in the spectacle of its deep blue water and striking sandstone landscapes. Find a cove or beach for a swim or to soak up some rays. There’s plenty of aqua action with water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, or power boating. Or, for a touch of tranquility cast off in a kayak, paddleboard, or houseboat. And Page is your departure point for adrenaline pumping white water rafting on the Colorado or take a raft for a half day trip up that lazy River.
You’ll also find some of the best fishing in either body of water so bring your gear! Page, AZ offers plenty of ways to enjoy the lake. Book a Lake Boat Tour, rent Boats & Kayaks, go River Rafting or explore the water by Diving & Fishing.
Click on the link below to find the best way for you and your family to enjoy the natural wonder of Lake Powell.
There are a variety of Boat Tours at Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon in Page, AZ. Find the boat tour, water sports lesson, guided expedition, houseboat, kayak or paddleboard tour that is best for your family or group by clicking one of the links below:
The Page Rim Trail is a trail constructed and maintained by the City of Page, Deptartment of Parks and Recreation, that circumnavigates Manson Mesa. This winding, 8 mile hike takes in views of the City of Page, the Vermillion Cliffs, the Echo Cliffs, the Kaibab Plateau, Bryce Canyon, Grand Staircase-Escalante N.M., Lake Powell, the Kaparowitz Plateau, Navajo Mountain, LeChee' Rock, and the surrounding desert environment. While the total length of the trail is aproximately eight miles, the trail itself intersects several roads within Page, making shorter segments possible. It is important to remember this is an urban-trail type system, so on any given day, you are likely to run into hikers, joggers, bikers, kids, tourists,etc.
The best views out onto the "wilds" out beyond Page come at the south and east sections of the trail, where the trail looks out across the Navajo Reservation and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The north and west sides of the trail are pretty as well, but are closer in to the city and cross the major roads in town, making them the more popular sections of the trail.
Directions from Tahoma House: Go north on Westview Dr. Turn left on 17th Ave. Turn right on Navajo Dr and follow to the end, where it turns into a dirt track. There are signs for the trail and parking - don't park at Lakeview Elementary School. See map for promixity to Tahoma House
Horseshoe Bend is a horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River located near the town of Page, Arizona, in the United States. Horseshoe Bend is located 5 miles (8.0 km) downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell within Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, about 4 miles (6.4 km) southwest of Page. It is accessible via hiking a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) round trip from U.S. Route 89, but an access road also reaches the geological structure, as it is part of a state park. The Horseshoe Bend can be viewed from the steep cliff above. The overlook is 4,200 feet (1,300 m) above sea level and the Colorado River is at 3,200 feet (980 m) above sea level, making it a 1,000-foot (300 m) drop.
Directions: Approx. 2 miles south of WalMart. From Page, AZ drive south on Highway 89 to between mileposts 544 & 545. Look for the exit lane and prominent dirt road on the west side of the road which you can drive a short distance on to the parking area.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, at the heart of the "Grand Circle," provides unique and refreshing opportunities for travel-weary visitors.
With 1.2 million acres of golden cliffs, lush hanging gardens, impossibly narrow slot canyons, and the brilliant blue paradox of Lake Powell to visit, you may find yourself coming back again and again.
Depending on the level of exhilaration you prefer, there are many ways to explore Lake Powell from the air.