Glen Canyon Lodge

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

Jacob Lake to Page

A travel blog entry by alandliz


... Wonderful experience. We took the more difficult, but more rewarding tour in the lower canyon. Steve P would be in heaven as there are David Bailey moments every ten seconds. This was the place for a scheduled laundromat visit, so there we were, in sunny Page, Arizona, surrounded by half the Navajo nation, washing our unmentionables. Not exactly a Kodak ...

Navajo Nation

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads


... Trip, Page, Arizona is a pleasant full-day excursion down the Colorado River, through Glen Canyon below the dam, and ending up fifteen miles downstream at Lee's Ferry with several stops along the way. One felt quite small in comparison to the surroundings, as the canyon walls towered up to 1400 feet above us as we floated down the river. This is a trip we would recommend if you have a chance. Again, we ...

Page, AZ and Antelope Canyon (written by Corey)

A travel blog entry by clendenens


... as one of the most spiritual places on earth, and for me I'm sure if I were in there alone it would be, but it was hard to really feel much the way we went through it. Molly said the experience wasn't what she thought it was going to be either since it was mostly focused on photography, but Iris stayed calm and happy for the entire hour that we were there (which kind of felt like a miracle to us)! That's not to say it wasn't worth visiting - it was ...

Lake Powell/Page, AZ.

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

This is a top pick!

... beautiful exercise in color and brilliance. Looking forward to that and staying in a log cabin for the night at Bryce Mountain National Park tomorrow night. Then on to Las Vegas after seeing what Bryce Mountain has to offer. At 9100+ ft. altitude, I hope my breathing can handle it.

Again, I hope everyone who is taking the time to view this blog is enjoying it at least to some extent. Any and all comments are welcome and very much appreciated.

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

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo


... leveling than putting the deal on Automatic. In this manner we can keep the slide out of a "bind." Then, voila, the slide makes a bigger room! If you've never been in an RV with a slide, this may mean zilch to you. But, no offense... It's just how our day has gone. Not a bad day, but a bit more interesting than we had anticipated. The learning process moves us into these situations in life, it seems. Enough philosophizing for now...



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