Here are a few suggestions that you simply must do!
IMPORTANT! Over 3.5 million tourists
visit Glen Canyon Recreation Area annually and many tours and rentals sell
out months in advance. Save time and avoid
disappointment by planning ahead. Book your reservations early!
Bend Don't miss Horseshoe Bend near Page, AZ. It overlooks one of the most spectacular views on the Colorado River, 4 miles south of the Glen Canyon Dam. more info
Hoodoos Colorful strata, hoodoos and strangely shaped rocks at the edge of a plateau near the Paria River, easily accessed from US 89. more info
Canyon Dam Visitor Center attractions include tours of the dam, exhibits, video shows and a relief map of the entire Glen Canyon area. more
Tours Scenic Boat Trips to Rainbow Bridge, Navajo Tapestry Cruise, Antelope Canyon and Wahweap Bay Dinner Cruise on
Lake Powell. more info
Rentals All watercraft at Antelope Point Marina are in the water, fueled and ready to go - Kayaks, Watercrafts, PWCs and Ski Boat Rentals at Lake Powell. more info
Float Trips Colorado River Discovery offers the most fantastic one day rafting trips anywhere on the mighty Colorado River.
& SUP Tours Kayak Powell offers kayak & standup paddleboard (SUP) tours on Lake Powell and rents kayaks canoes and standup paddleboards. more info
Tours Experience an amazing Hummer Adventure Tour to Secret Canyon, Passage Canyon and Staircase Canyon at Lake Powell. more info
Canyon Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. more