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Antelope Canyon [CLOSED] is a 0.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Page, Arizona that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

Length 0.6 mi Elevation gain 98 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking River Views Rocky Scramble Closed Fee No dogs
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NOTE: Navajo Tribal Parks are closed as of July 2020, due to COVID-19. Please check with the parks for updates. The cost to enter Navajo Park is $8 and the MANDATORY tour is $40-$68. 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.

The road to Antelope Canyon is gated by the Navajo Nation and entry is restricted to guided tours led by authorized tour guides. Tours can be purchased in nearby Page, Arizona and range from $30 to $80 per person, depending on the time of the day and length of the tour. As of May 1, 2011 there is a 2-hour Limit inside Upper Antelope Canyon.

Web: http://www.antelopecanyon.com/index.html Email: tours@antelopecanyon.com carolene_ekis@hotmail.com Phone: Office: 1-928-645-9102 Toll Free: 1-866-645-9102 Home: 1-435-675-9109 Cell: 1-928-660-0739

Highway 89 Detour If you are coming from Grand Canyon South Rim or Flagstaff Arizona you will need to Take East hwy 160 then West hwy 98, this will lead you into Page, AZ.

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Kandace Pierce
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Hiking

awesome trip! kayaked 2.8 miles from boat ramp to beach at antelope canyon. Hiked in another ~2 miles to the fork and had lunch then turned around. Amazing views, and a great workout.

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Samantha Jean
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HikingGreat!

We did the guided tour in Lower Antelope Canyon during the day and a nighttime photography tour in Upper Antelope Canyon at night. I don’t think you can go wrong with either! Despite the crowds on the lower tour, it was well worth going. The slot canyon is so beautiful! Traveled Oct 2018.

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FCOCEO .
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HikingGreat!Scramble

The normal access with guided tours are not available at this time due to COVID. So, we rented a kayak from Lake Powell Paddleboards and Kayaks and launched at Antelope Point Marina and kayaked into Antelope Canyon. It was about a 50 min kayak ride into the Antelope Canyon cove until we beached. From there we hiked in 2.75 miles. We did not go the full 4 miles in until you reach the cutoff by the Navajo where the actual lower Antelope Canyon tours begin. We wanted to have our kayaks returned before cut-off time to not be charged extra. Nevertheless, the canyon was amazing and had many of the same features the section that requires a tour has. We highly recommend taking this route if you like to kayak. The only reason I am not giving this 5 stars is because the graffiti all over the walls for the first 1.5 miles into the canyon. I know this is not allowed in the section on Navajo land, and soon if this keeps up, I fear this section will be closed or forced to be guided because of the pure disregard and lack of respect people have. It was highly disappointing to see the walls marked up with social, political, and childish remarks. We had to skip taking pictures in some sections to not capture the graffiti. I do not condone violence but if anyone sees someone else marking up the canyon walls kindly escort them the heck out of there and maybe sink their kayak....(sorry I needed to vent), anyhow wish people understood why restrictions are always put in place and good things end because people do stupid things. I am not trying to offend anyone.

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Suresh Maripuri
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Hiking

Did the Lower Antelope Canyon trip in October 2019. Was on my bucket list for some time. Must see. Nature at its best. Book in advance. Tour guide was awesome with some amazing photography skills. Did the 11am tour and the sunlight hitting the canyon walls made for an amazing light show.

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Lily H
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Paddle sportsGreat!

Can’t find lower antelope canyon on here, but that’s what we did. We rented kayaks from Lake Powell Paddleboard and Kayak (they were great and affordable!) and kayaked from Lake Powell into Lower Antelope Canyon — beautiful and really fun. From there we pulled our kayaks out of the water and walked about 45 min into the canyon until we hit the fork. Between the kayaking and the walk, it was a gorgeous and fun-filled day!

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Alex Smith
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Gorgeous canyon, we had tremendous guides but it is very structured with no

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Alex Kuettel
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Super dope

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Maria Wright
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Hiking

We went last year around June and weather was perfect. We loved it. Definitely scheduled a tour.

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Robert Greer
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Hiking

We couldn't do the lower Antelope Canyon tour since it was closed, so we rented a jet ski and explored the canyon on the water until we came to the end and hiked it on dry land for a bit, will definitely come back and do the tour from the top down once it opens

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Attrie Killian
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Hiking

Beautiful hike. We kayaked in because the Navajos weren’t running the tour due to COVID. Hiked in about a mile from the water.

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Victoria Nguyen
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Hiking

Completed March 18, 2019 Guided tour. EXTREMELY crowded but doesn’t take away from the beauty of the canyon. Our tour guide was amazing and was showing us famous photo spots and helping take photos to make it seem like it’s secluded. I would also try to time your tour at the right time where the sun is directly over the slot canyon in order to get the brightest and most colorful photos.

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Thomas Reed
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Hiking

We were unable to do the hike due to the Navajo Tribal Parks being closed from Covid-19.

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Janice Bogasky
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HikingFee

Schedule the tour. Excellent photo op. Well worth the $. More a flat walk than a hike.

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Karina PT
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This is definitely a bucket list for adventure and outdoor seekers! We booked our Antelope lower tour in advance. Our group started at 7am. Everyone was punctual and our guide was amazing! His photography skills are superb! Deserved the tips he got from all of us in the group. Groups were scheduled for ten people to avoid overcrowding. We did our trip in mid September, perfect weather and canyon conditions. Don’t be afraid to get dusty and enjoy the beautiful outdoors!

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Matt Hussey
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Hiking

Obviously very scenic and a great photo spot. The major downside is that it was basically a guided tour. Expect large crowds. More of a walk than a hike.

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Tom K
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Hiking

May 2019 trip to Southwest, sixth visit to AZ, last time was 10 years ago in late spring. Day 4 I could not get tickets without advance reservation. Extremely popular natural attraction it was (Main Goal#3 of trip NOT accomplished). But was lucky get tour at nearby Antelope Canyon X. Great experience and similar slot canyon, much less crowded. See few of mine photos.

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Monte Roberts
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Hiking

We paddle boarded it in from the public dock. Definitely a bucket list but I wouldn’t do it again. Pretty.

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Angie Reagan
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Hiking

Obsessed with this place. Try to go in the off season so you won’t be around a ton of people. Try to get the last slot of the day.

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Megan Ward
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HikingPrivate property

BEAUTIFUL and worth every penny. Highly recommend Ken's Tours (cant access without a guide). Lower Canyon was my personal favorite. Inside the canyon is about 10-15 degrees cooler than outside, so wear your layers

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Britt .
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