walking
9 days ago

Went here April 2014. Just amazing, never seen anything like it.

hiking
14 days ago

Amazing View!

Did it with our five kids 5-15 and they all loved it. Two of us went to upper antelope canyon but this hike helped provided the slot canyon experience for the others without the big price tag.

hiking
22 days ago

hiking
23 days ago

Wonderful and uncrowded canyon for a leisurely hike away from all the crowds! There are no trail markers here so we followed these makeshift rock stacks that lead towards the canyon and was able to find our way down with our two large dogs. Not recommended for senior dogs or dogs with mobility issues because there were sections where it was a bit slippery and technical to get down and up. We went west towards highway 89 and reached under the bridge where somebody had left a note that there was a dead cow if we continued west so we turned around and headed east. The canyon opened up and we were in full sun for a bit but it was a beautiful fall day and very nice. I would love to come back again without dogs so we can explore further as we were not able to go up/down ladders with 2 x 80lb dogs 

walking
25 days ago

The beauty of nature and its wonderful colors and shapes in a sacred place we should be grateful to see!

hiking
25 days ago

You will need some agility and upper body strength if descending into the canyon on the east side of the highway. There are several ladders to use when changing levels once in the canyon base. Best to not be alone. Backcountry permit required. The trail is maintained by the Navaho Parks and Recreation agency and we bought permit from Adventure Tours, Horseshoe Bend located behind Burger King. Cost is $12/person and placed on your dash. You need exact amount in cash. Some tight spots and narrow so best time would be mid day.

Permit can be obtained at 290 Cowboy Ray Rd. Costs $12 per person. Please carry cash - they won’t accept card. Office is open only on weekdays. You are only allowed to go up to the power lines. Only one very wobbly ladder to climb.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Dropped down into the slot canyon near US89 then headed toward the Colorado River. Came upon an unlucky deer that was quite ripe and foul so immediately turned around. Continued upstream for 2.0 miles or so where the canyon opens up. On the return opted to pop out half way back and take the Waterhole Canyon high trail which was a pleasant option. Highly recommended (when there is no rain in the forecast!).

hiking
1 month ago

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