Enjoyed hiking to Horseshoe Bend near Page, Arizona. Don’t go without water, a hat and long sleeves and sunscreen as there is no shade. If you go early in the morning, you won’t see to many tourists and it is nice to see the sun peak against the rocks. It isn’t a well-known tourist spot like all the national parks in the area, but it is worth seeing while in the Page-Lake Powell area. You will see how the Colorado River bends it’s way through the Navajo sandstone terrain. To get to the view point it is about a 30 minute walk through sandy soil so remember to bring water and wear a hat for this 3/4 of mile hike. There are no railings, so keep your small children close. It is well worth the 10 minute walk to the edge of the cliff. There are very good vistas and incredible photo’s you will capture from this viewpoint.