There is no doubt that the main attraction in the area is the Antelope Canyon. And for good reason! Renowned for its undulating walls and light beams, Antelope Canyon was named after the pronghorn antelopes that once roamed the area in abundance (more numerous than bison). The pronghorns are indigenous to North America, and are more closely related to the giraffe rather than to deer or antelopes. Nowadays, they can still be seen in the American West but their numbers vastly decreased from 100 million to about 13,000.
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Recently, I traveled to the small desert town of Page, Arizona, located at the border of Arizona and Utah. I was fortunate to get a writing assignment (for three blogs) for the opening of a new and glamping site called The Canyons RV Resort and Cabins. While I was there, I had the opportunity to learn about the area and the many attractions in town and within a few hours’ driving time range. If you’ve ever wanted to visit Antelope Canyons and Horseshoe Bend, Page is the place to go. Take a look at what I’ve discovered and “bookmark” your future adventure.
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