Photo by Gary Ladd
THANK YOU FOR VISITING HORSESHOE BEND
Horseshoe Bend is one of the most iconic and photographed landmarks of the Grand Circle. A parking lot just off the highway, 5 miles south of Page, Arizona, and user-friendly trail makes this hike perfect for the whole family. Wheelchairs and strollers are welcome. Dogs are also welcome but must be on a leash. No cell service in most areas.
OPEN: SUNRISE TO SUNSET, YEAR ROUND
DISTANCE: 1.5 MI / 2.41 KM ROUND TRIP
ELEVATION GAIN: 137 FT / 0.04 KM
AVERAGE TIME: 1 HOUR
LOCATED: BETWEEN MILEPOST 544 AND 545 ON US HIGHWAY 89
Remember you are in the desert, be prepared. Bring plenty of water, sunscreen, protective clothing, and wear good hiking / walking shoes. Be mindful of weather, use good judgement. Temperatures can reach over 100 ° F / 37 °C during summer months and there is no shade. Avoid hiking during the hottest part of the day. Do not leave animals inside the vehicle. Please help keep the area clean – dispose of trash in parking lot receptacles.
CASH AND CREDIT CARDS ARE ACCEPTED.
ONE-TIME USER FEE, NO RE-ENTRY OR
NO DRONES, BIKES, SKATEBOARDS, OR MOTORIZED VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED ON WALKING TRAIL.
Local Visitor Centers:
Carl Hayden Visitor Center: Hwy 89 at Glen Canyon Dam (928) 608 – 6072
Glen Canyon Conservancy: 12 N Lake Powell Blvd (928) 640 – 3900
The Page Lake Powell Hub: 48 S. Lake Powell Blvd (928) 608 – 5749
Digital Visitor Center: visitpageaz.com