Worth it. Would take my children if we did it again - I was worried about the ladders but they would do fine with a little help. In awe the whole time.

on Antelope Canyon

hiking
18 days ago

Guided tour but highly recommend!

on Antelope Canyon

29 days ago

nature trips
29 days ago

Checked this off the bucket list in March 2017. This canyon is narrower at the bottom than it is at the top (as opposed to Upper Antelope). Tour guides are needed on this trail as well. It is longer, less crowded and cheaper than the Upper Antelope tour, and my personal favorite of the two. Tour guides do a pretty good job of pointing out photo ops as well. This canyon boasts "the lion", "lady in the wind", "eagle" among its many formations. Amazing, Awesome, spectacular!

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Awesome guide with Dixie Ellis.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Really beautiful and absolutely amazing!! And this was super easy also well worth the pictures!! We had an awesome tour guide that helped us to see and appreciate the beauty!!

Great trail! Only giving four stars because I got spooked by the spiders in the canyon. Also, tour guide (thanks, Stephan!) as great as he was, shined his laser in my LOS (line of sight) a couple times. Other than that, it was perfect! Bring a dog!

Book a tour ahead of time. Dixie Ellis tour group gives a teacher and military discount. Be prepared to wait in line, they can only let so many people in the canyon at a time. Dixie Ellis provides you with cold water as you wait to enter the canyon. If you are taking the pictures with an I phone, turn HDR settings on and turn it to chrome effect.

on Antelope Canyon

2 months ago

3 months ago

Easy "hike" for a family with 9, 7, 5 and 1 year old. Our guide instructed us on different techniques for getting really cool photos. We used Ken's. We did NOT have reservations and were still able to get a tour. I don't necessarily recommend the risk, but it was fairly easy to do so. However, it is on a first come, first serve basis when they open at 8a. We took the 9:20 tour. I thought the lighting was just fine to take photos with my measly iPhone 7+ camera.

Be ready to climb down 5 flights of stairs for some amazing photos. It's a little tight in spots, but this is an awesome tour. I didn't think we would be allowed to bring our water pack, but it was no problem. It cost $25 through Ken's Tours and an additional $8 for a Navajo fee and it was well worth it. Our guide was Desi and compared to the guides behind us, he was the best there.