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We really enjoyed this simple trail with views of Lake Powell. The hanging garden at the end is pretty interesting since it is in a desert. Stay to the right on the trail to see the garden.

Part of the path strays towards the lake and has great views, but if you are aiming for the garden, stay to the right.

Enjoy!

hiking
1 day ago

One of the most amazing places I have been! The information about how these slot canyons form is wonderful and informative. Our kids loved it. We did a guided tour (Dixie Ellis) and really enjoyed it. At the time that we went, kids 7 and under were free, so that helped since we have a 7 year old, but even with that, it was probably $30 or so per person and worth it. The tour was 1.5 hours with lots of time to look around and take pictures. The guides help to take some pictures as well and give photography hints. We have not been to the Upper Antelope Canyon, but based on seeing the Lower one, I would recommend it for sure!

This is well worth the walk over the hill! Short trek with a steep start but the overlook area has a lot of different ways to look down to this amazing view. There will be a lot of people, but just be a little patience since everyone is coming and going frequently. Enjoy!

Great view worth the climb lots of people.. various angles to take amazing pics

Such a spectacular view.. easy to get to and worth the hike to it. A lot of people go there so you may run into crowds while observing the view.

Very easy and quick hike with some good scenery along the way. When you reach the hanging garden portion it's pretty interesting to see the contrast between the desert and the plant life.

walking
8 days ago

Most gorgeous canyon there is! Not to be missed if doing a trip to Arizona or southern Utah. I have been twice and was blown away both times. You do have to take the tour, but it is worth every penny. Make sure to bring your camera or phone, the photos are amazing. The lighting changes throughout the day in the canyon, so pictures always turn out differently.

Easy “hike” in to see an absolutely immense landscape. Worth every minute.

walking
9 days ago

Simply gorgeous!!
Did both the Upper and Lower tour and each is amazing in its own right. Can’t go alone, only accessible through a tour company (roughly $50 pp).

Upper Antelope Canyon:
This is the one with the light beams. Best time to see them is on a sunny day (May-Sept) around noon. We did the 11:30am tour in May 2018. You take a 4x4 Jeep to the entrance. Saw a few light beams (the guide throws sand in the air so it’s visible .. watch your camera lens!) but unfortunately it was a little cloudy so didn’t get as much as usual. But no matter, the Canyon itself is stunning. An amazing photo in every direction, especially up!
Cons: The place is kind of a mob scene. So many people and guides yelling for you to keep moving forward. You need to be strategic to get a good angle without hordes of tourists in your frame. Also, you enter and exit through the same area, so you walk back the way you came in. So you have people moving in every direction.
Overall, an amazing and unique experience. Our guide was also pretty chill which was nice.

Lower Canyon:
You have to take a completely different tour. No Jeep necessary to reach the entrance. You walk like .2 miles from the tour office to a set of steep stairs that take you down into the canyon (so not advisable for those you have trouble with stairs). Though this one doesn’t have the light beams, I actually enjoyed this one even better!! It was longer and a ton less people!! You still had to move through at a decent pace, but this one felt way more laid back. Lower canyon is more narrow than upper and it’s a one way, so you don’t have people all over the place. Equally as beautiful but less people.
Only con: No light beams, but thats ok. The canyon is pretty by itself.

WOW!!!

walking
10 days ago

Easy afternoon walk with beautiful views of the lake. though close to homes, it feels like you are alone in nature. beautiful!

Beautiful, went early morning at 7:00 am to beat the crowd . However, lol many were in the same page as us . Beautiful scenery .

hiking
11 days ago

The wind whipping through the area was amazing. This short hike is good for a quick tour but isn't that rewarding overall.

hiking
13 days ago

Incredible views, short and easy hike. If you're really not in good shape you wont find the 200ft of elevation gain enjoyable, but it's definitely worth it for the view.

hiking
13 days ago

Flat, boring trail with a nice hanging garden at the end. Super easy hike, would be good for kids. Not much good scenery until the end unless you wander off the trail.

walking
15 days ago

Second time we’ve walked lower canyon. It’s absolutely stunning. It is a guided tour and if you can visit during the off-season, I highly recommend it. First time we went we had 5 people in our group, today we had the full 15 plus group after group going every 15 minutes. Very crowded in peak season. The steps aren’t for the faint of heart but if you have able legs/hands you’ll do just fine. The views from the canyon are unlike anything you’ve seen. They have made us as people friendly as they can. Definitely one not to miss!

hiking
15 days ago

One of the most beautiful sights in the world. You have to descend a little but via ladders, but once you're down it's easy to navigate.

The hike is easy but if you do it in the middle of summer and don’t have enough water you may get your butt kicked (..Zona). There are a lot of tour busses and people but the views are worth it.

I’ve been twice- if you want less crowds go during the week. If you go on the weekends there are so many people :( no matter when you go though, you won’t be disappointed. Don’t worry about having a fancy camera, your iPhone or Android will capture great pictures. Yes you have to take a guide. There are a lot of stairs but good for almost any level and age. You won’t be disappointed.

Not as much a hike as a short walk from a parking lot, along a well trodden path, to a cliff. Great view.
For the future it looks as if they're building an observation platform.

Kind of tricky to find where it starts off. We ended up in a heap of rocks to the right of the real trail at first. When we did find the real trail it was spectacular. Fairly steep, but other than not particularly challenging. The view from the top is brilliant.
We did it with a dog and it was no problem.

Super easy hike, with beautiful views. Get there early, because there are a ton of tourists around if you’re there later in the afternoon.

Absolutely amazing but very very touristy. If you can come during low season(Jan Feb). Despite the crowds it was all worth it

nature trips
23 days ago

GORGEOUS canyon! We did the photography tour at the upper canyon and it was well worth the $115! We spent 2+ hours in the canyon getting epic shots of the light shafts. The guide was great at getting people out of the shots for us. You must be a serious photographer to do the photography tour (DSLR camera is required). Our tour started at 11:30am. I wouldn’t go any earlier or later than that or you’ll miss the shafts of light. I’d love to come back and check out the lower canyon sometime.

4-Stars because of the crazy amount of people. There are other slot canyons that offer amazing views like this one, they’re just not for the faint of heart, and I wouldn’t take my DSLR in them.

walking
25 days ago

Oh my....lots of lots of people...maybe you can try in the winter...when is really cold; to avoid the multitude...of tourist

hiking
28 days ago

Although this is definitely the most touristy of all of the canyons you can walk in the area, it’s a landmark, it’s beautiful, it’s worth the trip.
I’ve done both upper and lower, and the colors are amazing in both, they are both beautiful in their own individual ways. However, because lower is less crowded, I enjoyed it a bit more.
My only warning is that on cloudy days, the colors are significantly muted in the canyon, so be aware of the weather before you book your tour.

Beautiful view, but overcrowded and totally full of trash and tour buses

Easy hike for 68 year man and woman; but we have also hiked the Verdon Gorge in France. There was some scrambling over rocks. Take hiking poles. In many places there are two or three paths and some are easier than others. It was so quite you could hear your heart beat. We hiked late in the day and the sun was just over the western cliffs as we arrived back to the parking lot.

Very pretty, but I went on a Tuesday and it was still crowded as all get out

hiking
1 month ago

Very accessible trail that’s short. Super crowded, but it’s a nice stop if you’re in the area with great views. Probably don’t need more than 30 minutes here.

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