Explore the most popular trails in Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

on Antelope Canyon

hiking
8 days ago

amazing views. easy hike

hiking
19 days ago

Beautiful - wonderful hike through this canyon. Views from every angle were amazing.

hiking
25 days ago

one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. it's a bit annoying that you had to do a tour but its worth it. try and go early for the great color variations of the canyon

hiking
1 month ago

The cost of the tour goes straight back to the Navajo Nation so even though it seems expensive once you make it through the canyon with it's beautiful views, it is all worth it! The canyon is likely over-used as the tours continue from early morning til late evening with hundreds making the trek. As many have already stated, its not really a hike but a guided tour.

Loved this trail. I’ve always heard about antelope canyons but this is a hidden gem. At first we were bummed to learn that we needed to have a tour guide to get into the canyon, but he made our experience much better than it would’ve been. Our tour guide Jason was very knowledgeable and showed us all of the best photography places. It felt like a private tour, with only my family and two others on the tour. Their limit is 12 people per tour which provides ample time to take photos and ask questions. It was $55 per person. The hike itself was easy, but definitely hot. I’d recommend bringing two or three water bottles with you, in a backpack. I wore Chacos and I was fine, but the sand got hot and wished I had closed toe shoes on for parts of it. Overall, I’m so glad we got to experience this and I for sure will be recommending this place to friends & family.

hiking
1 month ago

Although it was beautiful scenery, $50 a person was in retrospect not at all the price that this was worth for us

hiking
1 month ago

I wouldn’t even call this a hike, as there is just stairs down and back up, but very unique thing to see! Loved hearing the history behind them from our guide who was of the Navajo Tribe.

hiking
1 month ago

Hiking is minimal. You travel down steps into the canyon (lower antelope). The Canyon is amazing and I enjoyed taking pics.

hiking
1 month ago

Absolutely incredible experience and photos. We toured with the Dixie company; not only did we get a guided tour and history of the canyon, Mike provided photography lessons to capture the best shots of the slots.

Very informative on history of canyon. We didn't mind paying a 56.00 dollar permit guided tour fee, it was nice to see hike-slot canyons litter free.

hiking
2 months ago

Amazing photo hiking experience with friendly Native American Indians. Didn’t have to make a reservation, just had to show up at the entrance and pay $56 to get on the tour. I was the the only one at the tour, so if you don’t like crowds, check this out. You can find useful info at http://waterholecanyonexperience.com/

hiking
2 months ago

There are no words! Simply amazing!

2 months ago

The most beautiful place I've ever "hiked". Steep ladders going down are a bit scary for those, like me, who don't like exposed heights. After those, however, it's all uphill and easy/ not scary. My small 5-year-old managed it and had a blast.

hiking
2 months ago

One of the most incredible slot canyons you can see. The views were incredible. The only downside is the mandatory fee to take a tour is around $50.

hiking
closed
no shade
private property
2 months ago

Warning this is not a open hiking trail. The Navaho Nation has taken it over since 1997 and only paid in advance, Hiking with a guide is available So you have to book in advance and pay upwards of 50 buck per person to see it. This stupid app basically ruined my day as we drove 4 hours to hike it and got turned away. Luckily lake Powell was close by and I have a National park pass— good hiking on the shore and cliffs from the first over look. By the way, Antelope Canyon trail head is dirty with filthy outhouses — $hit was over flowing and it looked like they were not emptied for weeks.

hiking
private property
2 months ago

Antelope Canyon is a must do. I was bummed to find out everything was sold out, but don’t be discouraged they do walk-ins depending if they have cancellations. Try Ken’s Tour you roughly pay 51.00 dollars per person. Our tour guide Jose was awesome! He explained everything and even offered to take pictures.

hiking
3 months ago

Absolutely gorgeous and worth seeing at least once in your life. But expect to pay at least $50 per person for the lower canyon and $60 for the upper canyon. The upper canyon is cash only. We did Ken's Tours: great guides and the cheapest price of the 3 tours available. Good experience overall but too expensive.

hiking
3 months ago

Spectacular slot canyon. Great guides, but expect to be shuttled thru the canyon like cattle, shoulder to shoulder with people taking selfies

3 months ago

Simply spectacular! The price seems a bit high at first, but the experience is definitely worth it. Our leadership started at 9. At the time there were already a lot of people there, but still no coaches (they only arrived between 11 and 12). Had a very nice and fun tour guide who helped us with beautiful pictures. We would definitely recommend everyone.

3 months ago

Beautiful but too expensive and pretty crowded.

hiking
3 months ago

After weeks of wondering through national parks and BLM lands, this felt like we were in Disney World with 100’s of other people in top of us, severe parking restrictions, guide required, steel stairs and high fees. I would not have minded the fees if the facilities were simply a large parking lot and total disorganization.

hiking
3 months ago

this is an early trail and is recommended to go early. take your camera. the guide is amazing! very helpful and patient never rushes you!

A must see while you are in Page! I went with a girlfriend and we are both mature women. We tipped generously as we both thought it was an absolutely unforgettable tour with stunning scenery and it was so much fun. Chad was our guide and he’s is very knowledgeable with the area and with our iPhones for photos :) Some areas down there can have water and be slightly slippery. In a couple of areas we stepped over rocks to avoid the water. But Chad offered to hold us by the hands as he helped us through the stairs and the few slippery slopes there can be. It’s a recently created guided tour at $56 per person. They made the tour guided because of problems with people who were leaving behind garbage and graffiti. The area has also been closed off for anything motorized. I highly encourage you to go take this tour to see what’s around the next corner.........

hiking
3 months ago

This was something I’d recommend doing at least once. Was really neat to see, very people packed. Pretty cool being down there though.

hiking
3 months ago

Absolutely stunning. It’s packed with tourists, but that’s what you expect at a natural wonder like this

hiking
3 months ago

A lot of people come here but it’s normal. So beautiful and impressive place

hiking
4 months ago

A classic one in a lifetime must see sand river canyon! Created by flash floods and definitely worth seeing once in your lifetime! Wow!

hiking
4 months ago

Amazing place to see...no crowds......9 people in tour.... Jason our tour guide was very knowledgeable.. spent 2 hours in canyon. Don't miss out

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