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The Retreat at Indigo Ridge is surrounded by extraordinary sights and natural wonders

From the cool waters of Lake Powell, to the heights of the Vermilion Cliffs, there is so much to discover in this rare and remarkable landscape.

City of Page


Page, Arizona (population over 7000) occupies a commanding position at 4,300 feet above sea level and 600 feet above Lake Powell. It is a major gateway to the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and visited by 5 million people each year.

Attractions include golf tournaments on Lake Powell National Golf Course, fishing tournaments, rodeos, Native American performances and pow wows, art shows and the annual Balloon Regatta.

Page is a short drive from the North and South Rims of the Grand Canyon, and Bryce and Zion National Parks, Monument Valley, and Canyon De Chelley. It is easily accessed by road from I-89 and served by Page Municipal Airport on the East edge of the city.

Driving to Page

From the West
St George, UT — 2½ hrs

Las Vegas, AZ — 4½ hrs

From the South

Flagstaff, AZ — 2 hrs

Phoenix, AZ — 4 hrs

From the North & South
Salt Lake City, UT — 6 hrs

Phoenix, AZ — 4½ hrs

All times are approximate

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Served by Contour and American Airlines

Page Municipal Airport

Contour offers daily flights to Page from Phoenix, AZ with through flights by American Airlines from hubs nationwide.

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Lake Powell

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Fast or slow? You set the pace when you take to the lake. Its 2,000 miles of shoreline gives plenty of space for powerboats and jet-ski enthusiasts or for those in search of something a little more relaxing, there are plenty of tributaries for kayaking down, all surrounded by breathtaking red rock canyon views.

Horseshoe bend

Scenic viewpoint

This popular and amazing sight is just a stone’s throw south of Page. This meander along the Colorado River almost forms the perfect circle. A sight to behold with stunning views stretching to the horizon.

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Antelope Canyon

Navajo Tribal Park

A fascinating place to lose yourself among the monumental Sandstone labyrinths. These slot Canyons, to the east of Page, are comprised of two areas: Upper Antelope which is family-friendly and easily accessible; and Lower Antelope which is for those with a sportier desire.

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Rainbow Bridge

National Monument

This bridge formed from sandstone is a natural wonder that can be viewed by boat, on foot, or on horseback!

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rock formation forming a natural bridge structure

Vermilion Cliffs

National Monument

A geologic playground with a variety of natural structures. The Cliffs themselves are 3000 feet high, but this national monument is most famous for The Wave where the sandstone looks like it's swirling and sliding around you.

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Lee’s Ferry

Colorado River crossing

The Grand Canyon starts here! A calm crossing point on the Colorado River that provides a natural launching point for boats. The type of boat activity you choose is up to you: Whitewater rafting or an excellent fishing spot!

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Rim View Trail

Hiking trail

A gentle, albeit 10 mile hike with unbeatable views of the entire area taking in Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Rainbow bridge, Navajo Mountain, Glen Canyon and Page itself.

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Grand Staircase

Escalante National Monument

Made up of three different areas: The Grand Staircase, Kaiparowits, and Escalante Canyon. This national park North of Page, is millions of years in the making, which now provides millions of stunning views for your taking! So good that one area is named Kodachrome due to its photographic scenery.

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Lone Rock Beach

Beach and campground

A free-standing, monolithic rock looms over an eerie almost surreal beach location. The perfect spot for camping at the water’s edge, and only a short drive away.

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A huge rock formation in the middle of a lake with trucks and Recreational vehicles parked on the beach in the foreground

Monument Valley

Navajo Tribal Park

Majestic and instantly recognisable from it’s role in so many movies. This stunning landscape is only two hours drive from Page and a site worth seeing.

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Grand Canyon

National Park

In need of no introduction, the world-famous Grand Canyon is just two hours away.

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More National Parks

If all this wasn't enough, there is the majesty of numerous national parks all within striking distance of Page.

Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park (pictured), Capitol Reef National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Dixie National Forest, to name a few.

Unique features (the Hoodoos of Bryce), epic hikes (the Narrows and Angel Landing in Zion), never-ending scenery (Waterpocket Fold through Capital Reef), desert terrain (Canyonlands) and beautiful colours and forests (Dixie) abound.

All perfect for sightseeing, hiking, camping, mountain biking, horse riding and so, so much more.

View of a green valley in between steep red mountain sides