Glen Canyon Lodge

Address: 630 Vista Avenue, Page, Arizona, 86040, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Page

The Rainbow Bridge

A travel blog entry by mccormick3 on Jul 24, 2015

5 photos

... natural bridge, it arches 290' into the sky and 275' across.  It seemed like a fitting bookend to our trip after having visited so many natural wonders. It felt like we began the trip saddled with all our modern needs and after having been camping for five weeks, we were now comfortable with the bare necessities (minus Victor's electronics). In a way, the natural arch symbolized our current appreciation for all the environmental beauty we had ...

Dinosaurs and Antelopes

A travel blog entry by johnbrand on Jun 25, 2015

32 photos

... Canyon tour, so we went to see the Glen Canyon Dam. It was huge. We went back in the Auditorium to watch the movie and Josh and I both fell asleep. Austin stayed awake which was funny because he was the one that didn’t want to watch the movie in the first place.

The Upper Canyon tour was pretty good as well. It was fun but rough riding in the four wheel drive Expedition on the ...

Day 4 - Page, AZ, Bryce & Zion

A travel blog entry by joogarro on Jun 22, 2015

126 photos

... the one he had used and we'd be starting toward the top, so once again we drove down a huge mountain and through two tunnels before we got to the bottom. It wasn't as bad as driving through the Rocky Mountains and it didn't take long to there. We rode a shuttle bus to the end of the river and walked a couple of miles to take pictures. I'd love to go back there to spend more time.

While we were driving from ...

Day 5: Driving, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend

A travel blog entry by psquared on Jun 19, 2015

5 photos

... another cool angle or another way the sun was hitting the slot canyon, which made for some great photos. So glad we made the trek to Page - totally worth it!!

We then had dinner and made our way to Horseshoe Bend, which is a spot where the Colorado River makes an 180 degree turn. It's about a .75 mile hike one way (so we burned off a bit of dinner - added plus), and when you make it to the end, everyone sits ...

Canyons, kayaks and heat

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jun 09, 2015

1 comment, 34 photos

... it is a little noisy here. There are plenty of boats and motorhomes and cars and dogs and people. We are noticing that people here are not the ‘brightest crayon in the box’. They disregard the speed limits, dogs not on leashes, children riding in the boats/back of trucks. The resort patrol seems to be non-existent. The other issue I have is people who leave their diesel trucks running for an hour while they hook-up or unhook their trailers/boats. ...

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