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Author: Alley Keosheyan

Page, AZ Attractions Make RadSeason’s Southwest Top 7

If you’re planning a trip to the American Southwest and need help deciding which attractions to hit, RadSeason.com out of Sydney, Australia has made it a no-brainer in their latest article, “7 Places You Need To Explore in America’s Southwest!” To break it down: Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado Monument Valley, Utah Horseshoe Bend, Page, Arizona Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona Yosemite National Park, California Death Valley National Monument, California No surprise that two Page, AZ landmarks made this list. That’s why we always say you need at least 2 full days here in order...

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“Help! I Can’t Do The Hike to Horseshoe Bend…”

As travelers plan their spring and summer vacations to Northern Arizona, the Grand Canyon and Lake Powell, invariably the topic of Horseshoe Bend comes up. For some, it comes with a heaping helping of trepidation about the length and difficulty of the walk to the overlook. Since we know you’re busy, we’ll save some of you some time right now: 9 out of 10 of you who are in reasonably good health, not afraid of heights, and who walk regularly or participate in even a moderate exercise regimen will be able to make this “so-called” hike. Wear good walking...

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How to Get to Horseshoe Bend From Las Vegas

If you’ve taken the time and trouble to get to Sin City (aka Las Vegas), it would be a sin not to visit the most iconic entrenched meander on the planet, Horseshoe Bend, and nearby Antelope Canyon. While normally we’d “second that emotion,” we wouldn’t be doing our jobs properly if we didn’t tell you this: You’d better like driving – a lot or You’d better consider changing up your trip plans slightly, namely, spend one less day in Las Vegas and one more day in Page, Arizona So, how does a determined traveler get to Horseshoe Bend from...

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Best Time to Visit Horseshoe Bend

“So, what’s the best time to visit Horseshoe Bend?” Hope you’ve got a minute, because the answers you’re bound to receive are as diverse as the languages you’ll hear spoken by visitors at the overlook! When prospective visitors to Page/Lake Powell, the Grand Canyon and the American Southwest want to get the best travel advice on the planet, they often jump on the travel forums of sites like TripAdvisor, Frommer’s and Fodors to get input from recognized experts on the area. And yet, surprisingly (or not) the answers that even they give to this question are as varied as...

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