Horseshoe Bend, one of the most beautiful and breathtaking hike you will end up in. Located in the town Page, Arizona, its a horseshoe-shaped meander surrounded by the Colorado river.

Horseshoe Bend



Reaching Horseshoe Bend

After reaching the Page we had our room booked in Quality Inn at lake Powell. It was a Page Hotel near Glen Canyon dam, view facing the southern part of Grand Canyon. Hotel was good they offered free breakfast, free WiFi, free airport transportation, Outdoor pool.

From our hotel, Horseshoe Bend was 9 min (4.6 mi) of journey via US-89 S and US-89. After reaching horseshoe bend’s parking, your hiking starts. There is no entry fee to visit.

Distant view from the hike

It is accessible via hiking a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) round trip making it suited for every kind of hiker. After around 30 mins you will reach the spot to see the charisma of the most photographed place.

It is one of those natural wonders that was carved out over million of years by the waters of the Colorado River as it made its way down through Grand Canyon.

About The Hike

The hike will start from the parking lot and is extremely easy to follow. Complete hike is full of sand and sand stones which makes it little bit harder. So, make sure to watch your steps. There is a gentle uphill midway and then again t goes downhill.  After the midway, from the gazebo it will go downhill.

What to bring 

Though its not a difficult or long hike but still i would advise you to take care of below points.

  • Shoes, make your to wear sports shoes as its all sand, uphill and downhill.

Carry water bottle and sun glasses. If your are hiking in summers make sure you carry water bottle as its going to be hot and bright day

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Cheers,
Megha

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