Debbie's Hide a Way

117 8th Ave. , Page, Arizona, 86040 , United States | Motel
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Jacob Lake to Page

A travel blog entry by alandliz


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 ...

Navajo Nation

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads


... against the canyon walls. The walk through the narrow canyon is very difficult to describe in a visual sense, but we hope that the photos will do justice to our experience. This is another one-of-a-kind experience we would recommend, if you make it to the Page, AZ area. The tours are only available through a guide service, and are conducted by members of the Navajo tribe.

Colorado River ...

Page, AZ and Antelope Canyon (written by Corey)

A travel blog entry by clendenens


... place that you couldn't take a two year old through. So I forgot about it until Molly mentioned it. We looked into it some more, and it turns out you can only get there by taking a guided Navajo tour and kids were fine, so we decided to give it a shot. It was a beautiful place, with all kinds of red and orange colors and beams of light coming in, but I couldn't really get over how packed it was and the forced pace set by the guides. I had heard Antelope ...

Hasdeztwazi ("Spiral Rock Arches")

A travel blog entry by paul_and_mandy


... river. Perfect timing meant the sun was in a great position with little shade or glare. In the afternoon we toured the Upper Antelope Canyon with Overland Tours. Wow! The light, the shapes, the colour - it's enough to leave you speechless or just using expletives. And Vivian our guide was so helpful and engaging. Kudos. ...

"Life moves on at it's petty pace."

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo


... with it. We kind of wanted to take a Dam Tour, but would have had to wait another hour, so we left. Patience may be a virtue, but it isn't always practical. Does that make any sense? It did to us, at the time.

We got to our Campground and began to set up and learned, again, how to do the leveling and set out the slide. It's an interesting, albeit, confusing project. The main thing we learned is that it is better to do a ...

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