Just 10 minutes from Antelope Canyon in Page, AZ is Horseshoe Bend, a gorgeous viewpoint where a bend in the Colorado river looks just like a horseshoe.Just a 10 minute drive from Antelope Canyon, outside of Page, Arizona, is Horseshoe Bend. Horseshoe Bend got its name because the Colorado River winds through Glen Canyon and carves out a horseshoe shape. There is free admission and it’s an easy walk to the viewpoint. There’s no excuse for missing this natural wonder!… Read More »
Everything you need to know about Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ. Your questions answered about Upper vs. Lower Antelope Canyon, tickets, tours and more!
Our southwest road trip wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona, at least for someone like me who is always chasing the ‘gram. Even though it’s been stunning for ages (eons?), for some reason it just started showing up on my Instagram feed in the last year or so. The secret is out and the crowds at this tourist destination are a testament to that.
Despite its popularity though, Antelope Canyon still manages to be magical. You just have to suck it up and ignore the crowds and instead get yourself lost in the vibrant colors and swirled rocks. Nature is amazing.
Read on for more information about Antelope Canyon and tons of photos!
We rented a Pacific Overlander 4×4 camping vehicle and did a five-day road trip through California, Utah & Arizona. Here’s our experience off-road camping (more like glamping!) along the way.
Last month Pat and I set out on a road trip adventure that was unlike anything I’ve ever done. We rented a 4×4 truck outfitted with a tent on top that allowed us to take advantage of all the public land here on the west coast. It was a taste of the #VanLife movement and oh was it sweet…. Read More »
I’m so happy to have a long weekend away from cold Wisconsin! I couldn’t have picked a better time either; it’s supposed to snow every day that I’m away! Yesterday, Eva and I hiked up Camelback Mountain. I think the “mountain” part probably deserves air quotes, but it was still a challenging hike that took us about an hour to get up and an hour back down.
At the top we took a moment to reflect and enjoy the view of Phoenix.
I even got to enjoy a moment of feeling taller than Eva!
I also made a new friend on the way down: