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Horseshoe Bend Page 13.3 km away
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Beautiful site, very easy access, just park your car and walk 1/2 a mile and find yourself in this amazing place, quiet, in few place in the world you have this feeling of open space and wonderful weather.
Google Horseshoe Bend and NPS and get the National Park Service PDF with great historical facts, geological info, directions and helpful hints.
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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Marble Canyon
The views are amazing, and we saw a condor!!! Lovely place to visit if you enjoy the nature.
The older span was then closed to vehicular traffic, and now only pedestrian usage...so this is where you can park, get out and walk out onto the bridge and get some fantastic views of the canyon !!!
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Marble Canyon
It is part of the glen canyon recreational area, and as you drive in there is a place near the entrance to pull to the side and and drop in a fee for visiting the park.
#6 of 17 Nature & Parks in Page
This park has some of the most unique and most colorful sandstone formations in the world.
Try to see pictures of different attractions within the park on TripAdbvisor and Google before you decide to get there.
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#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Marble Canyon
Water Holes Canyon Page 14.9 km away
#8 of 17 Nature & Parks in Page
It's located outside of town in a Navajo Tribal Park; you need to get a hiking permit from one of the outfitters near the Burger King back in town.
Google maps brings you there if you use the following address : Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040, USA You can see the picture of the trailer below.
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The cliffs, buttes and monuments are breathtaking and well worth whatever you have to go through to visit this National Park.
My family went on a road trip from Las Vegas to the National Parks in Utah celebrating the 100 years , from Mt Zion to Bryce taking the scenic byway route 12 to 24 to Capitol Reef.
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