Horseshoe Bend in Page
Horseshoe Bend is an amazing lookout spot that is part of the Grand Canyon. It’s easy to access but far away from the mainstream tourist stops. I go there all the time to photograph the sunsets and sunrises. A 3,000-foot cliff with a reflecting shimmering river at the bottom and spectacular red rocks… what more could you ask for?
When I’m not filming, I’m taking pictures.
Page is nestled in between all the spots you would love to visit. All the slot canyons, the Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, plenty of lakes to go out boating, and it’s not too far from some National and State Parks like Zion and Bryce Canyon. Another cool aspect of Page is “Church Row,” a section of town where at least 20 churches are nestled on one street. Overall, Page is a city where everyone is friendly and open to visitors because we get them a lot.
A perfect day would be waking up on a Sunday morning and getting some nice coffee and a burrito from one of our many mom and pop breakfast restaurants. Then attending one of our endless amounts of churches for Sunday mass. You might even end up going to two! The rest of the day would be spent with your family having a barbecue or a family dinner.
The amazing view and its accessibility.
How massive it really is once you arrive and how close you can get to the edge.
It would be someone who has the capability to think deeply and openly because Page is all about deep open crevices built into the earth.
Sia, Leonardo DiCaprio and Baz Luhrmann.