Everyone who visits Lake Powell eventually catches sight of it: a rock formation rising up out of the landscape bearing an eerie resemblance to Devil’s Tower in Wyoming. And eventually, two questions might come to mind: what is it called, and would it be too far-fetched to ask if you can get to the top of it? It’s called Tower Butte, and the answer to the second question is it wouldn’t be too far-fetched at all!
On Grand Canyon Helicopters’ Tower Butte Landing Tour, you’ll go to a place where the splendor of Lake Powell, Navajo Mountain and so much more are laid at your feet, and right before your eyes. Upon take-off, you’ll soar like the condors 5,000’ above sea level and gently touch down atop Tower Butte, where you’ll have approximately 20 minutes to take in this view that only a privileged few have experienced. You’ll be glad you counted yourself as one of them!
Flights depart daily* from the Page Municipal Airport. Approximate trip duration: 35-40 minutes
Government-issued photo identification (driver’s license, passport or state ID) required to check-in. Appropriate walking shoes should be worn as the surface of Tower Butte can be rocky, sandy or uneven. Water may be brought, but not opened on-board the aircraft. A light jacket or layered clothing may be advisable depending on weather.
*weather permitting; operation of flight may be contingent on a certain number of passengers booked