Monument Valley is a National Tribal Park on the Navajo Reservation with impressive rock formations on the Arizona-Utah border. Directions Monument Valley, also…
Lower Antelope Canyon, owned by the Navajo Tribe, is one of the most photographed slot canyons in the world and with good reason!
The Beehive Trail, also known as The New Wave Trail and Beehives Trail, explores several cool rock formations in Page, Arizona.
Grand Canyon National Park is a geological wonder located in northern Arizona. The Grand Canyon is massive at over a mile deep and ten miles across.
The Grand Canyon is spectacular to behold, but going below the rim gives you a different appreciation. The South Kaibab Trail is a perfect option for families and for seasoned hikers.
The New Wave Trail explores several cool rock formations in Page, Arizona that are reminiscent of "The Wave", but these are easily accessed by most.
Horseshoe Bend is a dramatic curve in the Colorado River in Page, Arizona, just a few miles across from the Utah border. It is popular with photographers and sightseers alike with it's impressive landscape and easy access.