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Check out the climate diagram for Page. June is the warmest month of the year in Page with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 96°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 30°. According to the climate diagram, July is the rainiest month of the year in Page.
See the Grand Canyon with Page vacation homes
Page, Arizona vacation homes are situated amidst some of the world's most impressive natural wonders, namely, the sacred geological marvel that is the Grand Canyon. Take Hummer tours, paddle the Colorado River and learn about the native Navajo people.
Discovering the Colorado River
Close to your vacation home in Page, Arizona the Glen Canyon Dam rises up over the Colorado River. It forms one of the largest manmade reservoirs in the country from this mighty and ancient river. Come and be astonished by the sheer scale of your surroundings.
The John Wesley Powell Museum provides a fascinating insight into the history, life and work of the great soldier, scientist and explorer. Pore over documentary evidence of his experiences which included leading the first white excursion through the Grand Canyon.
The Navajo Village Heritage Center is an authentic recreation of a historic village. The culture of the native people is presented in a direct way letting you experience village life for yourself.
Hummer tours and sacred bridges
Kids are amazed by the Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park. Years ago, longhorn antleope herds roamed Antelope Canyon underneath the surprizing giant stalagmite-shaped rouck formations that are so distinctive to Arizona. The walls of the Upper Antelope Canyon rise an impressive 120 feet.
Take a guided tour through the east waterholes with Slot Canyon Hummer Adventures. You can also traverse the world's highest natural bridge, Rainbow Bridge, which spans 275 feet, an understandably sacred place to the Navajo people.
Venture to Rattlesnake Canyon and discover one of Arizona's most impressive sights. The sculpted walls of the canyon have been worn into vast undulating shapes over the course of thousands of years.
Horseshoe Bend is one of the Grand Canyon's most stunning features. Here the Colorado River takes a U-turn and swings around on itself, about 10 km from Canyon Dam and Lake Powell.
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