You can see the Vermillion Cliffs and the long canyon to the right that leads a steep cliff and the Colorado River.
There is about a two mile drive off road that leads to the edge of the cliff where our photo group took sunset shots the night before. We could look down at the mighty Colorado River and see the glow of the rocks and the last bit of daylight.
On the drive back, our group went last and it was pitch dark. When driving back to the lodge, my Navigator went over a piece of shale and it cut right through my front and back tires so I had two flat tires instantly and we were in the middle of nowhere. We turned on our hazard lights and luckily had a cell phone to call back to the lodge so someone could come and get us.
If you enlarge the photo, you can see a little glint of metal in the upper left part of the above photo. That is my Lincoln Navigator.
It was quite the experience to get the car towed off the dirt road and get four new tires so I could drive the 5 hours back to my house. Very expensive weekend, but most interesting especially finding someone who know someone who could find a guy to meet me in a parking lot on a Sunday afternoon to put on four tires. Yes it all worked and when I was paying the person he gave me visitor information and thanked me for coming to Page, Arizona. A nice human slice of Americana.