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Famous Wave tour of Vermilion Cliffs

Famous Wave tour of Vermilion Cliffs - Page, Arizona

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$199.00

The famous wave rock of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. Yes it's that one you see on screen savers and coffee table books by great photographers ... More info ›

The famous wave rock of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. Yes it's that one you see on screen savers and coffee table books by great photographers. We are in a unique position to attend the lottery held in Kanab Utah and add your name to the list. If you are not selected for the permit we will give you a tour of your choice from our website that is equal to the same value. This is a very unique location and a permit system is in place to limit the impact of this delicate area. We offer this service free of charge to you with the understanding you are selecting another tour with the equal or lessor value of this trip. Page customers must exclude any tour offered in the north rim grand canyon area and white pockets tours will meet in the marble canyon area of highway 89a and house rock valley rd. Location for the White Pockets option: House rock valley rd and hwy 89a in Arizona. All other tour options meet at the Grand Staircase visitor center located at mile 7 on hwy 89 Big Water Utah

Guided hikes to The Wave take about 1-1.5 hours and total distance is around 6-7 miles and photo tours often total 10-12 miles. This is not a difficult hike although there is some walking up hill and through sandy/rocky areas. Please be aware that summertime temperatures reach well into the triple digits and you should be aware of heat exhaustion. Going with a licensed guide is a very good idea and Grand Circle Tours can show you areas you would not have seen without us. We have guided several hundred wave tours and know many exceptional photo ops. We take your safety very serious and you should be in good shape to tackle this tour. The Wave formations are made of Jurassic age navajo sandstone and is approximately 190 million years old. Scientists who study The Wave say that the old sand dunes turned into hard compacted rock over the ages, calcifying in vertical and horizontal layers. Erosion by wind and rain has created the spectacular landscape which appears now. A good time for photographing The Wave is the few hours around midday when there are no shadows in the center, although early morning and late afternoon shadows can also make for dramatic photos. After a recent rain storm, numerous pools form which can be great shooting. There is a minimum of two persons for the tour and lunch and drinks are provided.

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Arizona Desert Helicopter Tour Including Tower Butte Landing

Arizona Desert Helicopter Tour Including Tower Butte Landing - Page, Arizona
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Duration: 40 minutes
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$298.99

Delight in remarkable views of Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend on a 20-minute morning or afternoon round-trip helicopter flight from Page, Arizona. Land atop Tower Butte, a stunning rock formation on Navajo Indian land, for panoramic views of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area ... More info ›

Delight in remarkable views of Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend on a 20-minute morning or afternoon round-trip helicopter flight from Page, Arizona. Land atop Tower Butte, a stunning rock formation on Navajo Indian land, for panoramic views of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Learn about Navajo history and culture, and capture amazing photos of the rugged, colorful landscape before returning to Page. This small-group tour is limited to six people for a more intimate experience.

Land atop the magnificent butte and disembark to enjoy stunning views in every direction. Learn about Navajo history and culture from your pilot and take photos of the surrounding landscape during your 20-minute stop. From your vantage point high above the desert, see Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Recreation Area and the intricately layered rock formations of the Grand Staircase. Your short but scenic small-group tour ends with your return helicopter ride to Page, Arizona.

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Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend Airplane Air Only Tour

Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend Airplane Air Only Tour - Page, Arizona

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$109.99

Departing from Page Municipal Airport, enjoy an approximate 30 minute fixed-wing airplane flight over the orange and red hues of the southwestern desert.  The large over-sized windows of the aircraft provide awe-inspiring panoramic views of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.  The Page Airport Terminal is located at 238 Tenth Avenue, Suite 8, Page, AZ 86040. There is plenty of complimentary parking at the Page Municipal Airport.

The beautiful blue water surrounded by nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline makes up Lake Powell.  Lake Powell was shaped by the Colorado River with a labyrinth of numerous water-filled canyons ... More info ›

Departing from Page Municipal Airport, enjoy an approximate 30 minute fixed-wing airplane flight over the orange and red hues of the southwestern desert.  The large over-sized windows of the aircraft provide awe-inspiring panoramic views of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.  The Page Airport Terminal is located at 238 Tenth Avenue, Suite 8, Page, AZ 86040. There is plenty of complimentary parking at the Page Municipal Airport.

The beautiful blue water surrounded by nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline makes up Lake Powell.  Lake Powell was shaped by the Colorado River with a labyrinth of numerous water-filled canyons. One of these formations is the famous Horseshoe Bend, named after its shape, but remembered by it’s beauty. The finest views are available by an approximate 30 minute fixed-winged airplane flight soaring just above the ancient landscapes. The aircraft is equipped with panoramic windows that enhance photo opportunities and leave you behold the color rich canyon walls, Glen Canyon, Lake Powell and river bend that was carved thousands of years ago.

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Airplane Tour of Rainbow Bridge, Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam

Airplane Tour of Rainbow Bridge, Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam - Page, Arizona
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Duration: 35 minutes
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$144.99

Enjoy the thrill of an airplane flight over Rainbow Bridge National Monument and Lake Powell in a comfortable airplane with panoramic windows. Sit back and admire views of Utah's Rainbow Bridge National Monument — one of the world's largest natural arches — and Lake Powell, a placid reservoir created by Glen Canyon Dam ... More info ›

Enjoy the thrill of an airplane flight over Rainbow Bridge National Monument and Lake Powell in a comfortable airplane with panoramic windows. Sit back and admire views of Utah's Rainbow Bridge National Monument — one of the world's largest natural arches — and Lake Powell, a placid reservoir created by Glen Canyon Dam. In-flight narration provides facts and history on these popular sights as you capture photos. This short, scenic tour departs from Page, Arizona — about 140 miles (225 km) away from the Grand Canyon.

Board your comfortable, fixed-wing airplane at Page Municipal Airport in Arizona. Enjoy unobstructed views through oversized windows as you fly over Arizona and Utah's rich and varied landscape and listen to narration about the sights you see.

Marvel at lovely Rainbow Bridge National Monument — one of the world's largest natural arches — as you learn about the geologic forces that shaped this impressive rock formation that's sacred to nearby American Indian tribes.

Your aerial tour also offers fantastic views of Lake Powell, a sprawling reservoir on the Arizona-Utah border created by the Glen Canyon Dam. Take your share of photos on your 35-minute flight before touching down at the airport in Page, Arizona.

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