Below, you will find two maps that illustrate, at various scales, the location of Cliff Dwellers Lodge and Lees Ferry Anglers. In order to make the text on each map visible, this page is quite TALL (use vertical scroll bar to access information at the bottom of the page). First is a map which shows the relative location of major metropolitan areas including Phoenix, Arizona; Las Vegas, Nevada; Provo, Utah; and Grand Junction Colorado. The second is a schematic showing a closeup of the lodge location with major routes marked with easy to view markers. If you are interested in doing some sightseeing en route to our lodge, please give us a call and we can help you plan your trip with historic, cultural and scenic points of interest along the way.
“Getting here can be half the fun!”
The lodge, restaurant, shop and the river are about a 5 hour drive from Las Vegas, Phoenix or the San Juan River; seven hours from Salt Lake City and 2 hours from Flagstaff. There is commuter flight service to nearby Page, Arizona. A group of four anglers can economically charter a flight from Phoenix or Las Vegas to Page.
Directions to Cliff Dwellers Lodge/Lees Ferry Anglers from:
Phoenix – I-17 North to Flagstaff. To bypass Flagstaff, take I-40 East to the Page-Grand Canyon exit. This will put you on North Highway 89. Continue about 110 miles, then left on Highway 89A toward the North rim of the Grand Canyon. Stay on 89A for 15 miles until you cross the Colorado River. Once over the river, continue on 89A for 9 miles. Lees Ferry Anglers is on your right in historic Cliff Dwellers Lodge. Do not turn into the Glen Canyon/Lees Ferry Recreation Area. This is where you will fish, but there are no services.
Las Vegas – I-15 North to St. George, Utah. Nine miles North of St. George exit on Highway 9 to Hurricane. In Hurricane, follow the signs to Lake Powell and Highway 59. The highway number changes in the town of Colorado City to Highway 389; continue until you reach Fredonia. At Fredonia, take a right on Highway 89A. Follow Highway 89A 60 miles and Lees Ferry Anglers will be on your left in historic Cliff Dwellers Lodge.
Page – Highway 89 South 29 miles. Turn right on Highway 89A, continue 15 miles until you cross the Colorado River. Once over the river, continue on 89A for 9 miles. Lees Ferry Anglers is on your right, in historic Cliff Dwellers Lodge. Do not turn into the Glen Canyon/Lees Ferry Recreation Area. This is where you will fish, but there are no services.