Canyon Colors Bed and Breakfast

225 South Navajo, Page, Arizona, 86040, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Page

Incredible Day!!

A travel blog entry by vigdis on Jul 28, 2014

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... dock area, we traded in our hats for life jackets and boarded our boats with about 12 other people. Our guide gave us a quick history of the dam area and we just soaked in the view and the awesome size of the canyon. Truly indescribable! I have never felt so small in my life. As we rounded the first bend, we saw a couple of other boats..people trout fishing or just leisurely exploring, and some osprey hanging out on the wires.

Canyons and Lakes

A travel blog entry by meghannphillips on Jul 27, 2014

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... and water started coming in - everyone got out in time and it only reached waist height, but it had been caused by heavy rain 40 miles up-river. When we were walking around the canyons, we could see evidence of how high water levels can reach when it floods, from the wood logs that were suspended between the canyon walls - about 30 feet up, needless to say, you wouldn't want to be anywhere near the canyon when there has been heavy rain!

Horses and Antelopes in Page Arizona

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 06, 2014

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... the Navajo lands. The canyon themselves used to be owned by one Navajo family but now it belongs to the tribe. So that's why we are on tour today.

The tour group we are on is small, Hinesh, me and one other Asian guy. Our leader is Bill, a local photographer with the Arizona accent and beard. Hinesh needs a tripod today and the ladies are nice enough to lend us one for free, normally its $10. We take the 4WD and head out. It doesn't take long to get ...

Day 6: Going to Page

A travel blog entry by on Jun 24, 2014

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We slept in today in our little quaint cabin. No AC here, just a few windows we kept open all night. One really convenient thing was our parking spot was literally feet away from the cabin door which made loading everything up really easy.

We went back to the same café where we had lunch yesterday. Food was pretty good, but the service was not very speedy… it had been much better the day before. After getting everyone fed, ...

Jacob Lake to Page

A travel blog entry by alandliz on May 21, 2014

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The road we were going to take has been closed for months due to a rock slide last year, so we had to backtrack a bit and take a longer route. Took us about 2 hours, not bad. The weather forecast for the next day was not good and we we wanted to see the famous Lower Antelope slot canyon, so as it was sunny when we arrived at Page we went straight to the ...