Glen Canyon Lodge

630 Vista Avenue, Page, Arizona, 86040, United States | Motel
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Incredible Day!!

A travel blog entry by vigdis on Jul 28, 2014

37 photos

... Bend. You may have seen some of the famous pictures of this area taken from above (we took some too, see below). About a half hour later, we turned around and headed back up river towards the dam again. It was just about as much sun and river as I could stand. We went through some funny thermal pockets that gave us goosebumps and then back into the warm air. It started to rain just as we came into the dock.

We took the ...

Gallup to Page

A travel blog entry by roddywyllie on Jul 16, 2014

145 photos

... line and Monument Valley. There were some fantastic sights on the drive up but the panoramic views that you get at the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park are simply breathtaking. I do not have any other words that will do the visit justice. It's encouraging to know that it is the Navajo that benefit commercially from enterprise around the visitor centre. Part of the complex is a hotel with the rooms looking over into ...

Horses and Antelopes in Page Arizona

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 06, 2014

19 photos

... canyon. The Navajo sandstone is on show and the different shapes of the rocks and the various shadows cast makes the wow factor. The orange, browns and blacks are so cool to photograph. Bill gives us tips on taking the best pics - like shooting in the shadows up and avoiding shooting at areas of too much light as it blows out the picture. It is crowded in there and there are times we just have to wait for the crowd to pass. Things got a little heated in this ...

Day 6: Going to Page

A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jun 24, 2014

8 photos

... a huge tourist attraction with something like 5 or 6 Navajo guide companies offering tours there. There are so many people in the canyon, it makes it nearly impossible to take a picture without someone getting in your shot, or tripping over your tripod. The lower Antelope Canyon is literally "downstream" from the Upper Canyon, but for some reason is much less visited.

We chose to visit the lower canyon today. From what I had read ...

Jacob Lake to Page

A travel blog entry by alandliz on May 21, 2014

4 photos

... They say out of the mouths of babes.... So my babe, in the middle of the street in Page, which is the middle of Navajo lands, shouts "Look! There is an Indian restaurant!". She obviously meant a curry house, but it sounded so funny. The place we are staying at is a lakeshore resort with all the amenities we needed. We went to the lounge pretty much ...

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