Lake Powel, AZ - This unique area offers some of the most stunning landscapes to be found anywhere. An inland desert sea that formed when Glen Canyon Dam flooded its 'slick rock' canyon, Lake Powell has 1,900 miles of shoreline and 96 narrow side canyons to explore. Camp at the base of towering canyon walls, and paddle over and under the ruins of the Anasazi Indians.
The Glen Canyon Bridge or Glen Canyon Dam Bridge is a steel arch bridge in Coconino County, Arizona, carrying U.S. Route 89 across the Colorado River. The bridge was originally built by the United States Bureau of Reclamation to facilitate transportation of materials for the Glen Canyon Dam, which lies adjacent to the bridge just 865 feet (264 m) upstream
Carl Hayden Visitor Center at Glen Canyon Dam, Page, Arizona, October 10, 2015, viewed from a window at the dam power plant elevation.