Category: Lake Powell

Bucketlist: Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend in a day

Lake Powell, AZ & UT

The fascinating interplay of lights, shadows, textures, and colors as the light bounces around Antelope Canyon makes it a photographer’s dream—almost anywhere you point, there’s a National Geographic-worthy snapshot right in front of your lens. The sandstone canyon is very...

Explore on the Water at Lake Powell

Lake Powell, AZ & UT

One of the biggest draws to Lake Powell is, obviously, the lake itself. Surrounded by gorgeous canyons and with over 186 miles of lake to explore, there’s plenty of space for any water-related adventures and thrill seeking you could dream...

Golfing at Lake Powell

Lake Powell, AZ & UT

The rolling slopes of green contrasted with the lake rustic red, orange, and brown of the canyons, and the emerald waters, makes for an unreal backdrop to every swing on Lake Powell’s golf course. The golf course located in Page,...

Fishing in Lake Powell

Lake Powell, AZ & UT

Lake Powell’s calm waters, thriving fish population, and incredible scenery make it an angler’s dream destination. Fishing starts to upswing around April each year, as the water warms after winter. Largemouth and smallmouth bass are found in large numbers around...

Houseboating

Lake Powell, AZ & UT

Houseboating on Lake Powell is, simply, amazing. Being able to explore the winding waterways and canals freely, exploring and finding a home base on what feels like your own privately discovered beach, is amazing. And the size of Lake Powell,...

Boat Tours on Lake Powell

Lake Powell, AZ & UT

If there’s one thing you must do at Lake Powell, it is be to see the iconic landscapes of beautiful canyons and rocky ridges that are so unique to this region. And there are a plethora of opportunities to do...
Hike the Bristlecone Loop Trail

Hike the Bristlecone Loop Trail

Utah

The trail begins from the South side of the parking lot and is well marked with signs and information placards. Walk for approximately 5 minutes before reaching the intersection where the two ends of the loop come together. This loop...
Explore Dance Hall Rock

Explore Dance Hall Rock

Utah

Dance Hall Rock is a historical marker along the pioneer trail, as well as a geological wonder to explore. The large sandstone mound’s face resembles that of a natural amphitheater, which was used as a marker and recreation stop by...
Hike the Honaker Trail

Hike the Honaker Trail

Utah

In the days of Utah’s Wild West gold rush (circa 1890s), a man named Henry Honaker decided to build a supply route from the San Juan River to the cliffs tops, roughly 1200 feet, above. The roughly hewn trail that...
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