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    wahweap marina boattrip

    by dila Written Jan 8, 2004

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    we did a half day boattrip to rainbow bridge tour 8am - 3pm.
    we paid about $173 for this 2 persons.
    but you have a great boattrip (you can also see some places where the filmed movies like planet of the apes)
    if the water is low you have to walk futher to the rainbow bridge (you spend less time there)
    we booked the tour on internet (check the times)
    http://www.lake-listiak.com/llapps/etrans/Etrans.ASP?WCI=table02&WCU

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    • Sailing and Boating

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    Most popular destination on Lake Powelll.

    by Grazina Updated Mar 10, 2003

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    Rainbow Bridge has deep rligious & spirtual significance to the Native American Tribes. It's called in Navajo "Nonnezoshi" (rainbow turned to stone). Special prayers are offered before passing beneath the bridge and failure to do so is believed to bring misforture.
    She stands approximately 290 feet high creating an awe-inspiring sight. It's made of Navajo Sandstone at the top and Kayenta Sandstone at the base and was formed when the drainage in the stream bed broke through to the other side of a meander creating an ever widening hole in the ancient cliff face.
    Boat and air tours are offered daily throughout most of the summer season. Visitors in private and rental boats may also use the courtesy dock at the monument, and then walk less than a along an improved trail to the viewing area. A portion of the trail to the first viewing area is accessible to most whell chairs.

    Aerial shot of Rainbow Bridge.

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    COWBOY DAYS AND INDIAN NIGHTS

    by Grazina Written Mar 1, 2003

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    In July Page has a cowboy day and Indian nights, during the day there is a rodeo and in the evening to night fall a Pow Wow with all kinds of Native Americans coming in from all over the States and Canada.

    Pow wow.

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    Cruising on the lake

    by KaiM Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Take a boat tour on the lake. The marina close to Page offers various rides from 2 hrs up to day trips. I would recommend to make a half-day trip that includes a visit of Rainbow Bridge, which is a huge natural bridge in one of the many canyons at Lake Powell. You can only reach it by boat. I made a 2 or 3 hours trip - and missed Rainbow Bridge. But still: it was awesome. First you cross the lake where it is broader and then you drive into some of the narrow canyons. Breathtaking. But nothing for people with claustrophobia.

    Not a narrow river - it��s still Lake Powell
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    Rainbow Bridge

    by Pavlik_NL Written Oct 16, 2002

    The Rainbow Bridge is the world largest natural bridge formed by erosion of wind and water. It is found in a small corner of the wide entangled Lake Powell and there are organised boattrips from the hotel at the waterfront of the lake (near Page and the Glenn-canyon dam).

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  • Visit Horseshoe BendVisit...

    by Wizard_of_AZ Written Feb 25, 2003

    Visit Horseshoe Bend
    Visit Antelope Canyon
    Play on the second-largest man-made lake of the USA, my recommendation rent an Ocean Kayak from Twin Finn at Vista Ave and paddle from Antelope Point to to Antelope Canyon.
    Horseshoe Bend: the nicest 180° bend of Colorado River.
    Antelope Canyon, especially lower Antelope Canyon one of the nicest slot canyons in the USA.

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    Page is not much of a town,...

    by Pierre_Rouss Written Feb 25, 2003

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    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.

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    The Tour of Antelope Canyon

    by Grazina Updated Feb 2, 2007

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    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.

    Yes, it snow here in the Winter. The sun come in and shown this awesome color. How beautiful in the Spring, Summer & Fall. The coyote we will meet at the end of the rainbow. The sandstone is high in Iron.

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    Come inside one of the most beautiful canyon.

    by Grazina Updated Feb 2, 2007

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    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.

    The Corkscrew Vere's Tapestry The Wave Tabet Drum Beauty and the Beast

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    Lake Powell Vacation

    by Grazina Written Feb 2, 2007

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    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.

    Hi mom HI Vere Look no hand Hi VTer's Aww the water is great and come and join us.

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    ..and some light

    by Peter123 Updated Jan 23, 2005

    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.

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    Beams of light through the canyon

    by Peter123 Updated Jan 23, 2005

    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

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    Walking through Antelope Canyon

    by Peter123 Written Jan 22, 2005

    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.

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    FAITH BIBLE CHAPEL

    by Grazina Updated Dec 31, 2004

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    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.

    Pastor Manny & his wife Brenda

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    It's madding with all the 3 million tourist

    by Grazina Written Mar 6, 2004

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    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.

    DOWN PROFILE

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