Page, AZ has become the hub to see some of the Southwest's most treasured attractions. The most famous attractions are Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam, and the magical Antelope Canyon. But even avid outdoor enthusiasts can't get enough of the hidden canyons and other adventures waiting just around every corner. From hiking slot canyons to white water rafting down the Colorado River, there are a hundred ways in which one could explore this part of the Southwest. Many attractions near Page require a permit to be experienced such as Buckskin Gulch, the Wave, and Antelope Canyon. This is mostly to protect these rare geological formations, but many of the places that require permits or guides are on Native American land. Purchasing a permit or hiring a guide is a source of income for the tribe and is an opportunity very much appreciated by visitors and locals alike. Not all permitted attractions require guides, but if you are a novice outdoor adventurer, it's never a bad idea to have someone with experience with you.
Great for all ages, enjoy a ride through a 2-mile long tunnel to the base of Glen Canyon Dam where you will walk to your river raft with sandstone walls soaring 700 feet above you. Your friendly guide will help you aboard our roomy 32-foot raft. Then sit back and relax as you take in th … More
Great for all ages, enjoy a ride through a 2-mile long tunnel to the base of Glen Canyon Dam where you will walk to your river raft with sandstone walls soaring 700 feet above you. Your friendly guide will help you aboard our roomy 32-foot raft. Then sit back and relax as you take in the sights and stories of the Colorado River in Glen Canyon including the rich natural and human history of the region. You’ll make a beach stop, where you can take a short hike to see a petroglyph panel and even take a quick dip in the cool river. Back aboard your river raft, you’ll float through iconic Horseshoe Bend. Look for rainbow trout in the crystal-clear water, dozens of birds nesting on the banks of the river and possibly a herd of big horn sheep along the way. Your raft trip ends at historic Lees Ferry, where you’ll board our buses for the ride back to River Headquarters.
Our Horseshoe Bend Rafting Trips are completely family-friendly. We provide chilled water and lemonade. Book your spot now!