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The Unrivaled Canyon Hike In Arizona Everyone Should Take At Least Once

Arizona is a land of canyons, where a very patient nature carves deep into the earth to create new routes and beautiful scenery. We’re fortunate to have literally dozens of these places scattered around the state, from the epic Grand Canyon to hidden slot canyons to the many little canyons that see few humans each year.

Northern Arizona is especially well-known for its scenic canyons, which feature arid, almost barren landscapes with red sandstone contrasting with a bright blue sky. It’s perfect for hiking and we’re going to take a look at one area that shows this classic, beautiful scenery in a relatively short hike.

For details about the hike through Cathedral Wash, visit the National Park Service website. Directions from Page to the trailhead can be found at this Google Maps link.

Want to go for a hike in a different Arizona canyon? Do some research by reading our article, 15 Underrated Canyons In Arizona That Will Take Your Breath Away. You won’t be disappointed.

Monica Spencer
Monica is a Diné freelance writer and the Arizona staff writer for Only In Your State. In addition to writing, she also enjoys taking photos, running, and weaving. She currently lives in Phoenix with her boyfriend and their herd of cats.