The Best Photography in Page

Looking for the best photography in Page? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Page. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top photography spots in and near Page

  • Page, Arizona

    Hike the Page Mesa Trail

    13.2 mi / 800 ft gain
    The best way to loop is counter-clockwise, to avoid unnecessary uphill distance. The trail features wonderful wildflowers in the spring, and is open year round. The Page Mesa Trail typically takes between 1 and 3 hours to hike. The trail is also a fabulous location for mountain biking and is dog ...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Hike to Hanging Garden

    1.4 mi / 24 ft gain
    The alcove hosting the Hanging Garden is filled with abundant plant life, somewhat of a desert oasis. The view to the north of Hanging Garden is amazing - featuring distant landmarks of the Wahweap area. Watch for poison ivy! The trailhead is on the east side of the Glen Canyon Dam a little over ...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Hike the Glen Canyon Dam Overlook

    5.0
    0.11 mi / 124 ft gain
    The Glen Canyon Dam separates the Colorado River from Lake Powell. The terrain on this hike is uneven and rocky. The overlook is located on Scenic View Drive off of highway 89. Glen Canyon Dam is located in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
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  • Page, Arizona

    Hiking the Ropes Trail in Page Arizona

    5.0
    The Ropes Trail is an old hiking trail below Glen Canyon Dam that has long since been abandoned by the park service. It is also one of the few trails that leads down the steep walls into the canyon. Let me say that again, it's steep. Getting there Take Highway 89 from Page going north and take th...
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  • Williams, Arizona

    Hike to Horseshoe Bend

    4.7
    1.5 mi
    Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona is classic bucket list material and for good reason. Even if they don’t know what it’s called or where it is, everyone has seen this famous spot somewhere. Rest assured; pictures cannot convey the massive scale of this place. From your vantage point 1,000 feet abov...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Kayak Camp on Lake Powell

    3.7
    Kayak camping right on the beaches of Lake Powell and then paddling out into the stillness of the morning to hike antelope canyon is one of my all time favorite memories.  Just across from the Antelope Point Launch Ramp is a fantastic beach with several flat areas that are perfect for tent campin...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Explore the Horseshoe Bend Crack

    5.0
    1.9 mi
    Horseshoe Bend is an iconic viewpoint, and a must-see for photographers. Check out Tiffany Nguyen's post, Hike to Horseshoe Bend, for more details on that part of the adventure. Because of its popularity and easy access, the Horseshoe Bend viewpoint is thoroughly photographed and can be very cro...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Hike through Upper Waterholes Canyon

    4.8
    1.5 mi / 300 ft gain
    Waterholes Canyon is a gorgeous slot canyon located just south of Page, Arizona that empties into Glen Canyon. The Upper Part of the Canyon is an easy, largely non-technical section that is easily accessed from Highway 89 and a clear parking turnoff on the left side of the road if you're heading ...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Hike Cathedral Canyon

    5.0
    1 mi / 50 ft gain
    Cathedral Canyon is located just south of Page, Arizona and west of Coppermine Road and is entirely on Navajo Land, so access is possible only by permission from a local or with a permit from one of the licensed tour companies, of which Chief Tsosi is currently the only one permitted to give perm...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Hike through Mountain Sheep Canyon

    1.5 mi / 100 ft gain
    As its name suggests, Mountain Sheep Canyon offers a rugged feel and more strenuous hike than the other slot canyons in the neighborhood (Antelope Canyon and Rattlesnake Canyon). The trek is longer than it is for the other canyons (about three-quarters of a mile), and there is quite a bit of scal...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Photograph Rattlesnake Canyon

    5.0
    Rattlesnake Canyon is an add-on to the ever-popular Antelope Canyon photography tour. Both canyons are on Navajo land and only accessible by guided tour.The advantage to Rattlesnake Canyon is that only one tour company is allowed to operate there and they only take one group at a time. Our grou...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Hike to Chaol Falls (Navajo Canyon)

    8 mi / 200 ft gain
    The hike through Navajo Canyon to Chaol Falls is a pleasant, scenic, secluded desert hike just outside of Lake Powell, Utah. The trail goes through a long side canyon with picturesque walls. Navajo Canyon is the longest side canyon on Lake Powell that is not a river arm. It is a narrow riverine c...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Photograph Antelope Canyon

    4.7
    Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona, and requires you to book a tour guide. But don’t let that dissuade you – this natural marvel is well worth it, and this is a must-do for amateur and p...
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  • Page, Arizona

    Boat-in to Rainbow Bridge

    1.25 mi
    This amazing trip to one of the largest natural bridges in the world, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, begins at the Lake Powell Marina. Catch your ride at Lake Powell Resort at the Wahweap Marina. This tour the lake for a couple of hours until you reach a narrow canyon. The 50+ foot boat will m...
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  • Kane County, Utah

    Backpack to Rainbow Bridge

    5.0
    17 mi / 2800 ft gain
    This incredible trip isn't only about Rainbow Bridge. Honestly, the Bridge is just icing on the cake.The scenery is breathtaking along the way, changing and evolving as you pass through epic canyons and climb over rocky ledges to be rewarded with spanning vistas. It really is amazing. There's eve...
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  • Kane County, Utah

    Camp At Wahweap Campground

    4.0
    This modern campground is just steps from the beach and centrally located on the Arizona / Utah border -- perfect for exploring both sides of the Glen Canyon National Recreational Area. You do need a national parks pass or will incure a $25 fee to enter the park (good for one week).  The campgrou...
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