So after the Lower Antelope Canyon, the tour took us to Horseshoe Bend.  It is about a 1.5 miles (roundtrip) hike to the bend. The best news is I am getting used to hiking (inclines).  If you recall, I live in South Florida and it is very flat.

The Look of accomplishment

The views of horseshoe bend are remarkable and it is worth the trip to Arizona.  The name comes from the fact that the view looks like a horseshoe.  “The overlook is 4,200 feet (1,300 m) above sea level, and the Colorado River is at 3,200 feet (980 m) above sea level, making it a 1,000-foot (300 m) drop.”  Even better news, I am not afraid of heights, but I do respect the distance between me and the cliffs.

Horseshoe Bend

Below are some of the pictures from my tour



  1. These pictures are gorgeous. Looks like you had lots of fun crushing some goals and seeing some amazing sights. Proud of you for accomplishing your goals girl!

  2. That looks absolutely beautiful. You are so lucky to be able to witness that. I hope to one day…maybe when the kids are older!

  3. I have never been to AZ but I hope to go next year. My husband just had AZ added to his territory so I will have to send him your post. Super cute pics too

  4. oh my gosh! Looking at your photos I am sure the place worth the visit. It is so beautiful! 😀 You must be very excited when you were there.