The Ultimate Guide To Horseshoe Bend
The iconic U-shaped bend in the Colorado River, also referred to as the East Rim of Grand Canyon, is part of the Glen Canyon. The Colorado River flows from Glen Canyon and Lake Powell, through Horseshoe Bend down to the Grand Canyon. The view of the Colorado River and the Horseshoe Bend is one-of-a-kind and a must-see!
Address: GPS Lat: 36.879306, Long: -111.510187
Horseshoe Bend is conveniently positioned on Highway 89, it has a small on-site parking lot, but most of the time it’s full. If you don’t find parking on-site, go a little further, and you would find an off-site parking lot run by locals. They charge $10 per car and would provide a shuttle drop off and pick up to and from the Horseshoe Bend.
The trail, the viewpoint is easily accessible, is hardly 0.2 miles from the parking lot. There is a little bit of climb while returning but nothing very difficult. In summer, it might become scorching, do carry adequate water with you.
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