Due to a 150 section of HWY 89 that has buckled and collapsed, all traffic lanes for Highway 89, 25 miles south of Page, at the Big Cut will be closed for an undetermined length of time. For more information, visit www.az511.org or http://azdot.gov/us89/index.asp for the most up to date information and maps from the Arizona Department of Transportation.
The recommended alternative route coming from the South to Page from Flagstaff, is to take US HWY 160 (right turn) which will go through Tuba City. Then HWY 98, (left turn) which meets back up with HWY 89 in Page. This detour will add about 45 minutes to your travel time so plan accordingly.
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HWY 89A is open at the junction of HWY 89 and traffic may proceed North which will connect back up to HWY 89 in Kanab, UT but bypasses Page, AZ.
Horseshoe Bend and Waterholes Canyon is open and accessible from Page. That portion of HWY 89 is not affected.
Welcome to Page, Arizona, your mecca for hiking, biking, boating and off-road adventure. Just seven miles from the watersports playground of Lake Powell, Page is your ideal base for exploring this exceptional region. Hike the striking wind and water carved beauty of Antelope Canyon. Set out on your Colorado River rafting excursion. Take in the dramatic vistas of Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam.
Page stands at the center of the world renowned Grand Circle, a remarkable collection of parks, monuments, historical sites, and prehistoric Indian ruins that include may of the true geological icons of the West. Hollywood has long known of the wonders of Page, filming such features here as "Broken Arrow" and "Into the Wild”.
Located beside Navajo Tribal lands, Page is rich in geographic, cultural and historic marvels to explore. You choose the adventure and Page will help make it possible with warm hospitality, including its own airport, tours, gear and easy access to all the wonders this unique region of the American West has to offer.
Click on one of the boxes below to learn more about the amazing things we have in Page. Fly high over the canyon during The Ballon Regatta, hike through the amazing caves ot Antelope Canyon or experience the canyon from the water. So many options so little time.