Launch at your own risk!
The public is asked to use extreme caution when using the public launch ramps at Lake Powell. The decrease in water levels has reduced the depth of water in these areas, creating shallow water on the ramps with steep drop-offs. More »
Highway 89 closed 25 miles south of Page
A road collapse south of Page has closed US-89 until further notice. US-89 is closed northbound at US-89A. In Page, US 89 is closed at the junction with State Route 98. Traffic is being detoured around closure utilizing 89T (Navajo 20). US-89A is open. More »
Quagga Mussel Monitoring Update
Find the latest on Invasive Mussel Monitoring news. Click on this link: More »
Lake Powell Mercury Consumption Advisory
Public Health, Environmental and Wildlife agencies from Utah and Arizona are jointly issuing a mercury fish advisory for striped bass in the southern portion of Lake Powell from Dangling Rope marina to the dam. Read more here: More »
Teens Rescued in Joint Operation
On the evening of March 19, 2013 a group of local juveniles went on a hike in the Wahweap Creek Area. While attempting to traverse a slot canyon, a 16-year old female and a 17-year old male fell an unknown distance into a 200 foot deep slot canyon. Other members of the hiking party left and called for assistance. Kane County Sheriff's Office, Kane County Search and Rescue, Big Water Fire Department, Big Water Marshal and the National Park Service responded. A technical extrication was performed under a Unified Command System during the early morning hours of March 20, 2013. The rescue was a great example of collaboration between all agencies involved.
Numerous anchors were placed in the sandstone and rescuers were lowered by rope into the bottom of the canyon to raise the two hikers to safety. The female hiker sustained minor injuries and the male hiker was uninjured.
Remember to always be prepared and have the appropriate equipment while hiking in the canyons of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
Did You Know?
Are you too close for comfort? Slow down and make no waves when 150 feet (46 m) from other vessels, people, or shore.