Beautiful place. One of those tourists "must see" places. Short walk down. It's nice to sit and enjoy for a moment if you can manage to get away from people. It's 10$ fee for a one time entry.
Cool to go and check out but wasn't as colorful as I was expecting. Research advised to go late morning or mid-day to avoid shadows in pictures. I went at 11:30 AM and still captured shadows. It's $10...
The view is definitely beautiful. It's a simple walk from the parking lot to the overlook. There are plenty of clean public bathrooms. It will cost you $10, but I guess that's reasonable as long as th...
Horseshoe Bend is a U-shaped river in the Colorado River in Arizona. It is also a small section of the Glen Canyon. The huge rock surrounded by the river bay resembles a horseshoe. So it was called "Horse Horse Bay".
At first sight, the Horseshoe Bay is very shocking. The beauty in front of you is thrilling. It is hard to believe that this is the magic of nature.
This place belongs to the desert zone, the wind is very strong, there will be a lot of sand when the wind blows, so it is recommended that you prepare sunglasses, masks and other items when you go there; and the terrain is dangerous and falls, so the view Take photos and take care to be safe.
The town of Peggy is the highlight of my trip, as the town is covered by the Horseshoe Bay and the Antelope Valley and Antelope Valley, the two most attractive spots.
Horses Bay is a U-shaped river in the Arizona River. It is also a small section of the Grand Canyon. Because the rock surrounded by the river is shaped like a horseshoe, it is called the Horseshoe Bay. It has a big turn on the Colorado River. There are endless desert vegetation, twenty minutes of loneliness, and the inexplicable excitement of the wilderness. Gradually, a crack similar to that that occurred after the earthquake in the movie appeared in front of the scene, spreading more and more deep, and the horizon suddenly fell. The vertical drop of about 300 feet at the bottom of the cliff led to the magnificent angle of the Horseshoe Bay.
The Colorado River is a perfect maneuver here, and while you stand on the cliff and lean over to look down, you will understand the preciousness and grandeur of life.
Horseshoe Bay is part of Glen Canyon, but it is a no-charge attraction. When you walk from the parking lot to the first slope, you can look into the distance. There are only a few small cracks in the distant land. Only when you stand on the edge of the cliff, the whole picture of Horseshoe Bay will appear in front of you. Compared to the spectacular Grand Canyon, this small attraction that will take you on the road will bring you even more shock.
Under the cliffs of thousands of feet, the blue Colorado River surrounds the red horseshoe-shaped rock, turbulently traversing a 270-degree corner, calm and majestic. Standing on the edge of the cliff overlooking the Colorado River at 300 meters, it was really moved, impressed and shocked by the magical nature.
We arrived just at sunset, in the Horseshoe Bay in front of your eyes accompanied by the sunset glow, this moment does not need any words. The cliff is at the foot, the river is in front of you, it is natural, you are free.
Horseshoe Bend is located near the small town of Arizona in the United States. It is known as the Great Bend of the Colorado River. It is so named because the U-shaped river formed by the surrounding rocks looks like a horseshoe. Traffic around the scenic spot is very convenient. You can enjoy a full view of Horseshoe Bend on the cliff opposite the rock. It is stunning and magnificent and the scenery is very moving. It is a favorite place of photographers.