The city of Page is situated in the northeast region of Arizona, a 5-hour drive from both Phoenix, Arizona and Las Vegas. What was initially temporary housing for the Glen Canyon Dam construction crew has since grown into a thriving community surrounded by a vast sandstone landscape. Visitors to Page will be just a short distance from Lake Powell. This manmade reservoir offers an astounding 2,000 miles of shoreline as well as boating and watersports, making it a popular summer vacation spot for locals and tourists alike. Away from the sunbathers and boaters, isolated along the coast of Lake Powell, is one of the most remarkable feats of nature: Rainbow Bridge. This massive natural stone arch - the largest in the world - was eroded away over the course of millions of years by rushing river water caused by heavy rains. Nature will also inevitably cause the collapse of this magnificent arch, but is an incredible sight to see while it is still standing strong.