We finally dragged ourselves away from Moab and headed South to Page, Arizona. Storm and I set up camp at WahWeap Campground in Glen Canyon Recreational Area on Lake Powell. Wow – what a beautiful place. The campgound was spotless and easy to manuever the big rig in. The spaces were a “little” close as we could shake hands with our neighbors through the slide-outs on one side, but as always the RVers in this camp were great neighbors. While in Page, we ate at the Dam Bar and Grill which turned out to be a Dam GOOD Bar and Grill.
We hiked to Horseshoe Bend, toured the Glen Canyon Dam, hiked to the nearby Hanging Gardens and visited the Antelope Point Marina. Mouse over picture for captions, click to enlarge to full view.
We toured the Lower Antelope Slot Canyon. Our guide was fabulous as you will see in the video below. Sorry for the poor quality sound, I added subtitles to explain what he is doing. He is demonstrating how the rain and wind formed the layers of sandstone in the area, then erosion moved soil away to leave monuments (like the ones in Valley of the Gods in previous post).
2 Replies to “Page, Arizona – A Dam Good Place to Visit”
This is so excellent! I loved the lower Antelope Canyon when I went to visit myself!
Glad to see you are doing well! We miss you back at the office 🙂
Thanks Nadja – I am so glad to hear from you – I miss you guys too! I just hope one day to be as great a world traveler as you!