Page is not much of a town, except it’s a nice stop while driving around the Grand Canyon from the South Rim to the North Rim. We took a cruise on Lake Powell departing from Page.
They took us east on the lake and inside some narrow eroded side of the cliffs... incredible. Some flash floods still will eroded their way through the rocks in zigzag and in roller coaster bumps depending of the rock hardness. You can actually disembark and walk through those if the captain lets you. When we were there, back in 1991, we noticed a white band parallel to the water circling the edge of the lake. They called this the largest bath ring on the planet. The band looked narrow, but upon approaching the side of the cliff, we discovered that it was 70 feet high!!! That’s how much water disappeared during that drought, they recuperated some of that water since.
Every month has her own beauty. Winter with it's cover of snow, Spring with the beams of light that creep in at the high noon, Fall where the stone begin to look natural again.
You can do the regular tour which is $28.50, it's a 1 1/2 hours in the canyon.
You can do the Photo tour which is $45.45, it's a 2 1/2 hours in the canyon.
When out -of- towners come to this out of the way area to vacation on their houseboat there are some many location to park your H/B...there is 1900 miles of shore line to pick from.
We went a litte bit too late, so we had too look harder to see the daylight.
However, it was an experience we will never forget.
We've been shown a hole into the ground where we could just fit through. ..went down a ladder and suddenly we found ourselves immersed in a strange world of sandstone, only a few feet wide
This canyon is on the Navajo Indian Reservation
It has to different entrances to the Upper and Lower Canyons. Admission fee is paid at each section separately and it is collected at each entrance.
There are more churches then bars here in Page America...so come and worship with us on Sundays we love to fellowship, and I think you'll find the music to your liking. Your Welcome.
You must come and see this Visitor Center and Dam as well as walk on the Bridge, one of the things around here that you can walk away thanking yourself later that you did, and it FREE.
Walk through lower antelope canyon
Beautifull Petrified Sand Dunes where you're free to walk around (after paying an entrance fee about 18 dollar per person).