Antelope Canyon is a 0.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Page, Arizona that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 0.6 miles Elevation Gain: 91 feet Route Type: Loop

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

bird watching

views

rocky

scramble

no dogs

The cost to enter Navajo Park is $8 and the MANDATORY tour is $20-$58. You cannot enter the canyon without paying for a tour. Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. The mysterious and haunting beauty of Antelope Canyon (also known as "Corkscrew Canyon"), one of the few slot canyons in the area) awaits the adventurous traveler who seeks to discover one of the most spectacular yet little known attractions of the Lake Powell area. A tour to this awe inspiring sculpture set in stone is a must for amateur and professional photographers alike. Come see nature's surprising masterpiece of color.

hiking
5 days ago

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

hiking
12 days 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
25 days ago

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

hiking
25 days 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.

hiking
1 month ago

There are no words! Simply amazing!

1 month 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
1 month 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
1 month 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
1 month 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
2 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
2 months ago

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

2 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.

2 months ago

Beautiful but too expensive and pretty crowded.

hiking
2 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
2 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
2 months ago

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

hiking
2 months ago

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

hiking
2 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!

3 months ago

Beautiful inside the canyon. Tour guide helped us take amazing pictures. Pricey but worth seeing.

hiking
3 months ago

Absolutely breathtaking and worth the money! Our tour guide, Nadine, (Ken Tours) was extremely informative and helpful when taking pictures in the infamous places! It was a fun experience and I would definitely do it again! ....btw this is the Lower Canyon Trail-there are a few tour companies but it seemed like Ken Tours was the best and I agree! You cannot come here without paying for a Native American tour guide-keep that in mind.

paddle sports
3 months ago

Kayaked the Canyon from Powell. Great upper body work out! The lake is over 400’ deep! Think safety... So incredibly unique and beautiful. A once in a lifetime must do!

nature trips
3 months ago

I visited this place last year in September. It’s a great place, and you’d really appreciate the terrain. I’d recommend to book the trip in advance as it’s really popular place to visit.

hiking
3 months ago

The only way to see this spot is to take a guided tour. We used Ken's Tours for $30, highly recommend them! The Navajo people own rights to the canyon, so no videos allowed, only pictures. Book early and book way ahead of your trip! It is totally worth seeing, even though it is touristy!

3 months ago

Amazing! breathtaking! mind-blowing place! definitely worth the cost of the tour.

hiking
private property
3 months ago

Mind blowing! However, really full. Have to pay to take tour to get in but definitely worth it if your guide is as awesome as ours was. 10am is the time to go, good lighting.

3 months ago

Beautiful fun tour! We took the lower tour and it was beautiful! 7 stairs, tight areas but nothing bad.

3 months ago

Totally beautiful! The guided tours were a little too close together, which created large crowds at a few locations. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and pointed out were to take the best pictures.

3 months ago

Guided tours only and you can’t take your own photos. Tourist scam

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