What to do on your Lake Powell Vacation!

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http://www.papillon.com/lake-powell-page | Learn about the amazing activities you can do on your next Lake Powell vacation.


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What to Do on Your Lake Powell Vacation!

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Lake Powell A History Located on the border between Utah and Arizona, Lake Powell is the second largest man-made reservoir in the United States. Created as a result of the flooding of Glen Canyon in 1963, it now attracts over 2 million visitors a year. Known for its sparkling waters and geological formations, learn more about this majestic wonder in the next few pages.

Tower Butte:

During your Lake Powell visit, be sure to visit Tower Butte. Formed over millions of years, Tower Butte sits 5,000 feet above sea level on the south shore of Lake Powell and Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Only accessible by helicopter, the plateau offers 360 degree views of the surrounding area. Tower Butte

Rainbow Bridge:

Named “ Nonnezoshe ” or “rainbow turned to stone” by the Navajo people, the Rainbow Bridge is a sacred formation carved by wind, sand and streams. The tallest natural bridge in the world, it stands 290 feet high and 275 feet wide. See the Sights: Rainbow Bridge Tucked away in Lake Powell’s surrounding canyons, it’s accessibly by hiking or a boat ride across the lake.

Monument Valley:

A short distance away from Lake Powell is Monument Valley. An iconic staple of western films, it defined the image of the American West for a generation. Famous for its stratified buttes, the valley contains multiple natural formations. As part of the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, visitors can have a guided tour of the area or fly over it by going on an airplane tour. Monument Valley

Glen Canyon:

Glen Canyon The canyon that holds Lake Powell, Glen Canyon is located north of the Grand Canyon. Rich in archaeological and biological findings, it was a major scientific resource for scientists around the world. At over 1.2 million acres, it provides endless opportunities for water, hiking and aerial activities.

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Activities: Plane Tour A vast wonderland, get an all encompassing view of Lake Powell and its famous surrounding sites by taking a Papillon plane tour. What to Expect: Departure from Page Municipal Airport Depending on the trip, passengers will see Lake Powell, Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon Dam and Navajo Monument Valley Great for budding photographers, families and nature lovers

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Only accessible by helicopter, Tower Butte offers panoramic scenes of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon, Kaiparowitz Plateau and more. What to Expect: Departure from Page Municipal Airport Enjoy educational information about the Navajo culture and relationship with the area Take exclusive photographs with your friends and family Helicopter


The city of Page, Arizona offers comfortable and affordable lodging for Lake Powell visitors. From hotels, resorts, RV parks and campgrounds, you’ll find everything you need to make your stay as memorable and relaxing as possible. Better yet, get an up and close view of the lake by renting a houseboat. They’re great for large families, couples and get-togethers amongst friends. Lodging

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